newbie: shared ip

Discussion in 'General' started by amdserver, Mar 20, 2007.

  1. amdserver

    amdserver New Member

    Okay, so I've installed ISPconfig under Fedora :) yay

    I'm forwarding ports 80,81 to my server, so I can access ISPConfig & my website. Now when I type in my external IP I get:

    So my question is how to change it so it looks at a different user?

    Right now I really only care about hosting one website, so I don't need more than one ip. correct?

    How would one go about accessing a different user that didn't care about a domain? Whats the path?


    I've tried so many combinations...

    Thanks for your help, and GREAT job on ISPConfig very happy with it. Cant wait for 3.0!!
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Please make sure that you selcted the internal IP for the website in ISPConfig and not the external IP. Please make also sure that the domain of the website really points to your external IP in DNS.
  3. amdserver

    amdserver New Member

    Thank you!

    If I made another user, how would I access their site?
  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer
  5. gdog05

    gdog05 New Member

    Adding to this..

    I have one site set up, external domain access, etc. Works great, btw. ISP Config is an awesome tool. I want to set up a CMS on the same machine for internal LAN use only. IP based access (we have several machines with web access locked out) I think is the only way to access internally because of this.

    Is this possible? How would I go about it if it is? Thanks guys
  6. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

  7. gdog05

    gdog05 New Member

    For some machines, I thought that would be best solution, but we do have several Macs, and several PCs that will need to access the regular domain, and the web. Any other options besides setting up another server?
  8. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    You could set up an internal DNS server that is used by machines in your LAN.
  9. atoulis

    atoulis New Member

    Another option is if your workstations use a proxy server for web access, then you should be able to add entires to the host file on the proxy server. This avoids having to update each workstation.

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