Debian 8 / ISP Config 3.1.2 Hosting on VSP, Domain's through GoDaddy, pointing to Cloudflare then to VPS. So, I've got domain1.com and I also bought domain1.co.uk (also going through cloudflare to my VPS) I have configured the main site, so it's up, running, etc, then I pointed domain to cloudflare, then cloudflare to VPS, all working nice Before i used ISPConfig, I had a manual setup (by a friend) using Apache, with no control panel, using Virtual Hosts, and he configured it so that is domain1.co.uk was directed to my VPS, it just went to the domain1.com I'm using NGINX on this ISPConfig, when it didn't work at first, I looked around all the forums, etc and then general rules were there, how to configure, make sure you have the DNS records setup (presumably in ISPConfig3, as that's what I did) When I now go to domain1.co.uk, it ends up at the 'default' landing page that is outside all the client folders. [Web Aliasdomain] Domain - domain1.co.uk Parent Website - domain1.com :: servername Redirect Type: No Redirect (although I've tried all of them) Redirect Path: Tried Blank and tried the path of parent with / either end Auto-Subdomain: www. SEO Redirect: No redirect Active : Yes In the DNS My A records point to the IP of my VPS (even on CLoudflare, that's the same) I'm wondering if my DNS NS1 & NS2 need to be pointing back to Cloudflare? and not my VPS, as they (my VPS) don't know what my domain1.co.uk is? (although in hind-sight, I'm thinking that may put some system somewhere in an infinite loop) What have I got wrong? Or am I using this function wrong? Appreciate some help, as this is my last hurdle in getting my website back up and running.