Installation behind firewall

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by ggduff, Jan 9, 2006.

  1. ggduff

    ggduff New Member

    I installed ISPConfig on Ubuntu Breezy Badger exactly according to the HOWTO. The LAN IP for the sake of argument is and we'll say the public IP address that the router points to and from is

    Well, for starters when I go to the admin panel I'm getting dead links from the control panel because they are linking to (ex: instead of (ex: The images are also looking for the absolute URL according to the local IP address so they are not showing up either. I did a view source on the page and the IP's are in the links so I know it must be a configuration file somewhere.

    I have tried setting up domains from the control panel on the local machine using a VNC connection to the desktop. I set them up but am not getting to the domain even though these domains are listed in the ISPConfig control panel as being set. Instead I get routed to a directory that shows something like this:

    apache2-default/ 05-Dec-2005 11:24 -
    sharedip/ 05-Jan-2006 16:19 -
    web1/ 05-Jan-2006 22:10 -
    web2/ 06-Jan-2006 14:53 -
    webalizer/ 05-Jan-2006 00:00 -
    www.somedomain..> 06-Jan-2006 14:53 -
    www.anotherdomain..> 05-Jan-2006 22:10 -

    I looked in the http.conf file and I see no hosts set up. I didn't realize ISPConfig makes so many customizations - am a little nervous now... :confused:

    Help would be greatly appreciated! :)
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    The URL is in /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/lib/ It's the URL you specified during the ISPConfig installation.

    When you set up a web site, you must use in your browser's address bar to access that new web site. Please make sure your router forwards all needed ports (e.g. 21, 22, 25, 80, 81, 110, 443, ...) to your ISPConfig system.

    The installer should have included the file Vhosts_ispconfig.conf at the end of your httpd.conf or apache.conf or whatever its name is.

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