ISPCONFIG 3 - Issue creating websites after assigning an IP Address

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by michael2010, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. michael2010

    michael2010 New Member

    Hi all,

    I have a server running ISPCONFIG 3.0.2, which is running as a DNS server, email server & running the ISPCONFIG console (master). I recently added a slave to run as a web server.

    Both servers are running on Ubuntu 10.04.

    From the ISPCONFIG console on the master, I can add websites, no problem. The websites have a * in the IP Address field. No IP addresses available from the drop down.
    To add an IP Address, I click on the system tab, then "Server IP addresses". I add an IP address to the slave server & make sure "HTTP NameVirtualHost" box is ticked.

    A few seconds later I do a cat /etc/network/interfaces and the additional IP address is listed.

    From here on, when I add a site in ISPCONFIG, the site is listed on the ISPCONFIG console, but does not get created on the slave server.
    If I try to delete an existing site, it gets deleted from the ISPCONFIG console but does not get deleted from the slave server.

    I don't know what else to try. Any help would be appreciated.

  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Is this on the slave server or on the master?
  3. michael2010

    michael2010 New Member

    on the Slave
  4. michael2010

    michael2010 New Member

    Hi All,

    I decided to upgrade ISPCONFIG 3.0.3 and that has fixed my issue.

    I also noticed that it fixed the Virtual IP issue which before the upgrade, when you added another IP to the server it would make that IP as interface eth0 and the original IP assigned to the server as eth0:0.
    If you added another IP again, it would make this 3rd IP as eth0, the previous one as eth0:0 and the original IP eth0:1.

    Now with the upgrade, it has sorted both issues out.

    Last edited: Oct 8, 2010

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