New site on ispconfig, strange view

Discussion in 'General' started by monteros_007, Dec 20, 2017.

  1. monteros_007

    monteros_007 New Member


    When I redirect new domain on my ISP server I see strange situation, attachement. When I click gggggg I see deafult apache debian. What is going on?

    Best Regards

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  2. Taleman

    Taleman Well-Known Member HowtoForge Supporter

    You do not say what you are redirecting, how and where to.
    Are the websites involved active in the ISPConfig panel?
    Does the website directory have the file index.html?
    Do the websites all have IP-number * or all have a written IP number?
    Does one of the websites have the file gggg in the web root directory?
  3. monteros_007

    monteros_007 New Member

    My fault not redirect but set DNS to my ispconfig server. I have not added a page to ispconfig yet. I just set DNS to this server.
  4. Taleman

    Taleman Well-Known Member HowtoForge Supporter

    If no websites are created in ISPConfig Panel then what gets shown is the default website. My guess is that website has file ggggg in it's root directory. If you are unsure what is default website directory, try command
    locate ggggg
    to find where that file is.
    If, however, you already have added websites with apache a2ensite command, situation may be complicated. ISPConfig assumes the host is clean install of operating system, so if there was something there before ISPConfig was installed or if some setups are done outside ISPConfig then it does get complicated.
  5. monteros_007

    monteros_007 New Member

    I have not changed anything in the server configuration or ispconfig. Previously, when I was adding a page, it was normal, that means It seems to me that this happened after the ispconfig update or some virus. The locate function ggggg returns nothing.

    I did not add any pages manually. It was a clean server and I put an ispconfig on it.
  6. monteros_007

    monteros_007 New Member

    Anybody help me?

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