Ok, please bear with me as I'm still an ISPConfig3 newb... I have all of my actual sites/DNS/email setup and running fine through the ISPConfig3 panel. Here's my situation. I'll use example.com in the place of my real domain. My server's fqdn (hostname -f) is titan.example.com. The short hostname (hostname) is titan. The domain example.com is registered at enom and pointed to my server ip. This results in the standard apache "Welcome" page if you try to access example.com. titan.example.com doesn't actually point anywhere. First, I'd like to get rid of the standard apache site created for example.com. I assume that won't be too difficult. Second, my work blocks most ports appended to urls, so getting to my control panel without screensharing back to my house by use of ssh tunneling (only port 80 and 443 are open out) is a pretty inconvenient way to access the panel. But, I've been able to access cPanel on my old shared hosting running on port 2082 by using www.oneofmysites.com/cpanel. I'd love to be able to access the ispconfig panel from any of my three main website domains by going to www.oneofmysites.com/ispconfig or something. How difficult is this to accomplish? Is there a guide for this that I've just missed when searching? Also, it would be great if that would work on my server domain (example.com) as well. While I'm at it, do any of you usually use the fqdn (titan.example.com) for anything? I don't know how I'd do that either. I'm running on a OpenVZ VPS with 1 GB of RAM, 1 GB of Vswap, and 4 cores. The OS is Ubuntu 12.04 w/Apache/Bind/Dovecot as described int he Perfect Server guide. Any advice here for this ISPConfig3 newb? It's amazing to me that I'm a software engineer...I program all day...but DNS stuff still baffles me. I've just run on shared hosting with cPanel for so long. Pretty dang happy with ISPConfig3 so far though. VPS is running well.