I'm sure this subject has been beaten to death, and I have tried my very best to follow the ISPConfig manual, but I can't seem to figure out how to do what I am trying to do with my server. I am trying to create websites on my server. The domain names are registered through no-ip.com because I have to use redirects to port 8080 (my ISP blocks port 80), and the ip address is dynamic. The domain names (we'll call them website1.us and website2.com are registered and pointing to my external ip (we'll call that 188.8.131.52 ) and forwarded to port 8080 (which is not blocked by my ISP). My router is port forwarding all traffic coming in on 8080 to 80 on the server. This is confirmed as I can hit the server externally using the domain names listed on no-ip.com. However, I hit the generic index.html which is located in the /var/www/ directory on the server. When I try to set up the website in ISPConfig3, I am following the manual and tutorial located here: http://docs.ispconfig.org/creating-web-sites/ When I set everything up (whether under a dummy client or not), and try to connect externally, it is still sending me to the default index.html located under the /var/www/ folder. Can someone please help a total noob and tell me what's going on and what I need to do to fix it? Thank you in advance for your time and patience in this matter.