Name and IP based webserver w/ispconfig

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by ttap, Dec 15, 2007.

  1. ttap

    ttap New Member

    Name and IP based webserver on ubuntu 7.10

    I am trying to do name-based and ip-based webserving on one machine. Ispconfig installed with no problems and the entire system is working wonderfully. I have name-based webserving working, 3 domains pointing to the same IP address (I can go to each one and I see the site that I should see). But, when I try to add a different domain with a different IP address and go to the new site, I see the root dir of the webserver. I see all the domain directories listed etc. Also, even though the other IPS are functioning on the machine, I only get 1 choice of IP address when setting up a new site (the IP where the functioning sites live). My aliased IPs don't show up in that box.

    My question is, can I do both name and ip-based on one webserver?
    I'll be happy to give any relative information needed - this is a new ubuntu install and everything else seems great.

    Thanks in advance.

    ps - does anybody know of an irc server where #ispconfig lives? I saw and tried freenode, but the channel is always empty. Thanks!
     
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2007
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Please add your additional IP addresses under Management > Server > Settings in ISPConfig.

    ISPConfig only supports name-based vhosts. You'd have to configure IP-based vhost manually.
     
  3. ttap

    ttap New Member

    Thanks - but why add IP's if they won't work?

    Thanks for the response.

    I tried this (in ispconfig) and cannot get to the website that lives on the other IP. I can go in and make changes manually as you said, but what are the extra IPS for that I added under server settings? It seems like it almost does it - but not quite. It let me add a site, choose the IP it lives on, but then no getting there...

    Is the additional IP adding strictly for DNS?
     
    Last edited: Dec 17, 2007
  4. ttap

    ttap New Member

    I figured it out - thanks again for your help

    I figured it out - thanks again for your help.

    :)
     

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