Okies... I've followed the comprehensive and very well done Ubuntu setup guide with no problems. I've installed ISPConfig using what I -think- are the right settings. I've set up my first site... and it's sort of working. The situation: I have a newly registered dn. I've pointed it (a record) at the new box's external IP, and I've set up NAT translation on the firewall so anything to that IP goes to the new box. Currently we're relying on external name servers but I hope to host our records internally on this box in the very near future. Now that DNS has propogated, I can enter the new name on an external machine and it goes to the main site; i.e. I put in http://bdssteeldetailers.com and it goes to the main 'shared ip' page. However, when I put in http://www.bdssteeldetailers.com it gives me a 'server not found error'. Now, I may be horribly sleep deprived (which is why I haven't already got this figured; I'm a bit brain damaged at the moment) ut it seems apparent that my DNS configuration is obviously not quite right. Further, I'm not at all sure I've given ISPConfig the right details: I've told it about its internal IP, and it's internal FQDN (we're running on an AD, so that makes the box's fqdn psyche.internal.ourcomanyname.com). Further, while I've got BIND running happily on the box, we're stuck using external nameservers for the time being and I haven't yet opened up the firewall to allow DNS stuff through. I won't start asking about how to set everything up so it all works with a different mail server and so on, I figure it makes more sense to get the basics working first Thanks in advance for any and all help!