Hey all, I have ISPConfig installed on my base Debian server and as I have beefed up the new development server I would like to run virtualbox machines on it and that is outside the scope of this thread - so don't worry about that. However, I'm wondering if I somehow can set the base Debian server ISPConfig installation to point a specific domain name to the virtualbox machine - on the same hardware server but obviously on another IP. My base Debian ISPConfig server is hosted on the network at 192.168.111.2 and the virtualbox machine have an IP of 192.168.111.25 My base Debian ISPConfig has several domains configured such as dev1.domain.tld and dev2.domain.tld all working as it should. But I'd like to add say a wekan.domain.tld and this domain should be routed to the virtualbox machine. Is it so "simple" as to go to the administration tab DNS, Add DNS-Zone enter the domain wekan.domain.tld, set the IP to 192.168.111.25 and I'm done? Or do I need the nameserver entries as well? Could those be 192.168.111.2 (probably not) or should they be my external/public IP address to the server? Or do I need something completely different? It feels like I'm on the right track, but not completely sure. So I hope you guys can help me out as this type of configuration is completely new to me. Thanks in advance! EDIT Oh and secondary server will just be an Apache webserver without ISPConfig as I feel it should be a "simple" server. All domain configurations should be held by the base Debian ISPConfig server.