I apparently have no idea what I am doing. I am running Ubuntu Server 7.10 with Apache 2 web server and ProFTPd FTP server. I have two domain names registered with 1&1 Internet. Using this setup, I can server one of the domains if I configure Apache manually. I want to serve both domains locally, though, so I installed ISPConfig. I have added myself as a client and added one site. All I get when I try to access the web page with it's domain address, all I get is a page that tells me: This IP address is shared. For access to the web site which you look for, enter its address instead of its IP. I have tried setting 1&1 redirection to frame-based or HTTP-based, with no difference. I assume that 1&1 is simply using the numerical IP address in place of the domain address. Can someone please tell me a way around this. Please bear in mind that I am new to Linux and web servers. What little I do know has been learned by tutorials on this site and by trial-and-error. I will appreciate any advise that anyone can offer. If any of this helps, here is the data that I think is pertinent - software: Ubuntu Server 7.10, Apache 2, ProFTPd tutorial: The Perfect Server - Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon (Ubuntu 7.10) domain registrar: 1&1 Internet domain: www.Computer-Graveyard.com public IP address: 72.149.151.xxx local IP address: 192.168.1.13 If I have missed anything else that would help, please let me know.