Need to stop access to admin page from clients url

Discussion in 'General' started by GreggRed010, Jul 31, 2016.

  1. GreggRed010

    GreggRed010 New Member

    Hello all,

    I would like to know if its possible to only allow access to my ispconfig admin page from a certain url?

    Basically i have a few websites hosted on my isp server and all the sites can access the admin page if i specify port :8080. For example;
    myurl.com:8080 - has access
    client1url.com:8080 - has access
    client2url.com:8080 - has access
    etc...

    I would prefer if i could configure it to only allow my own url rather then my clients url. For example;
    myurl.com:8080 - gain access
    client1url.com:8080 - 404 or denied
    client2url.com:8080 - 404 or denied

    Thank you in advanced
     
  2. Jesse Norell

    Jesse Norell Well-Known Member

  3. RootEtsy

    RootEtsy New Member

    I know this post is a week late. I'm new to ISPConfig so I was just trolling the forums. :)

    What about just adding the ServerName directive to the Apache vhost for ISPConfig?
    Does it ever rewrite that file after configuration?
     
  4. Jesse Norell

    Jesse Norell Well-Known Member

    As I've seen (I'm fairly new here, too), ispconfig creates a vhost config running on a dedicated port, and uses _default_:port in the virtualhost definition, it does not add a ServerName.

    Yes, each time you update ispconfig, so if you added a ServerName manually, it would get killed sooner or later. There may be a conf-custom file you can create to make such a change persistent. Then to effect the original poster's intent (ispconfig not available on client sites), you'd also need to create a new default vhost on port 8080 without a ServerName to capture requests to all the other names.
     

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