Hi, I have a question. I have been testing out ISPConfig and have it up and running on a few debian servers, but it doesn't seem suitable for a larger installation or maybe it is me and I am missing something. What I could like to do is have: Server 1 - Control panel, Primary DNS, Web Hosting, Mail, Database Server 2 - Control panel, Secondary DNS, Web Hosting, Mail, Database Server 3 - 10 - Control panel, Web Hosting, Mail, Database I have noticed so far if you run more than 1 web server, if you create the website on your main control panel on Server1 to be installed on Server2, it will not create the directory on server2 and will not show up on Server2 control panel, Also any changes made to Server2 control panel for Server2 will not show up in your main control panel. We are basically looking to have multiple web servers with different websites on each servers with a control panel on each so that you don't have to worry about the master being down for maintenance but sharing the same database of server configuration and clients, and sharing the same mail servers and dns server which is typical in an ISP installation. The separate server installation or the cluster installation doesn't seem to accomplish this task. Am I missing something?