Anyone here using ISPconfig to manage their domains and using quic.cloud? Deployed a new fresh domain (that had never had an LE SSL issued via ISPc) to test my previous problems. Same thing happens with new domain (cname only added as quic requires) pointing to my ispconfig (single ip) server, and new domain is also redirecting me to the default domain instead of persisting to this new domain. I have other domains also on this single IP ISPc server that work well and not configured via quic.cloud. All domains too have been selected using IP and not * under ipv4. Also no redirects set from Redirect tab. After checking with the great supports folks at quic.cloud it appears its some server issue (IPSconfig). Any ideas how to fix this redirect issue happening on these few domains that I am using on quic.? Noticed this mentioned by Till on another thread: Wrong redirects have normally one of these two causes: 1) Don't mix * and IP address in the Ipv4 field of the websites. Check all sites. 2) When using SSL, then all sites that point to the same IP address must have SSL enabled. But if 2) is I understand, then it will not allow to use an external provider with their own SSL if I have to disable or not use SSL from ISPc. Am I reading this right that all domains when ISPc is on 1 IP that all domains must have an SSL issued by ISPc? Plus, if my ISPc server is isp.domainX.com what sets my default domain that is being redirected to, domainX.com is it cause its the root domain of my ISPc hostname or some other setting has made this my default domain being redirected to? i.e could this be set to be some other default domain to fallback to? Overall, why are these redirects happening to get a better understanding? Related to having external SSL (on such reverse proxies), using 1 IP and not knowing to direct to the right domain? If this is the case, isn't this something ispc should handle or if we can enforce it? On Ubuntu/Apache and still on: 3.1.15 Thanks ahead of time.