Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by petya, Oct 18, 2007.
No it doesn't work, i get the router page.
Use ISPConfig DNS server as you primary dns in your network and websites will work over your LAN im using same setting for my comp and users in our Network.
Please explain, I’m new to this
Does this mean that I should change my primary nameserver in fasthost (domain registration company, I’m using their nameservers at the moment) to the ones created by ISPConfig?
Looking at the DNS Entry in ISPConfig I can see 2 Nameservers [server1.mydomain.com] & [Nameserver2: server1.mydomain.com]
Simply try change your user ip setting in your network. and set DNS Server ip to your linux machine ip. This mean, requests for users inside network will be procesed through your ispconfig DNS server, other requests from outside network will be through your router forwarded to your linux maschine.
my server ip. 192.168.1.123
my router ip 192.168.1.1
my own notebook ip settings.
Gateway : 192.168.1.1
Dont need change fasthost ......
Looking at settings for my interface there is no DNS entry, this is how it looks like:
my server ip. 192.168.0.100
my router ip 192.168.0.1
#The primary network interface
iface eth0 inet static
I dont understand why "/etc/resolv.conf" is showing the following information:
Try put into resolv.conf at first line ipadress of ispconfig mashine. Like
I added the server IP address but it didnt work
What's in /etc/resolv.conf now?
I can see my website within the LAN
I went to each of the computers on the LAN and changed the hosts file (winnt/system32/drivers/etc/hosts) .
I commeted out
# 127.0.0.1 localhost
And added the server ip address and the corresponding websites to be resolved
192.168.0.100 localhost mydomain
I would like to thank falko, till and madmucho for all the help; thank you very much guys!
I still need to figure out how to add webmail and phpMyAdmin to ispconfig
Go to management > software > update and install the phpmyadmin and uebimiau pacakges that can be found on the ispconfog downloads page.
Webmail and phpmyadmin is realy easy to install...just install this two package
through ispconfig web interface, in managment tab node Update Manager and then Update. here check URL and in Field url put adres for package...
roundcube webmail http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads/roundcubemail-0.1-rc2.pkg
Then is in Tool tab mail and phpmyadmin...
When i enter the url, i get:
Warning: fopen(http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads/phpmyadmin-18.104.22.168.pkg) [function.fopen]: failed to open stream: No route to host in /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/admin/update/install.php on line 55
The following error occurred:
" file_open_error "
This looks like your server have not propetly set connection to internet...
try wget from command line this url. If this failed this maight be because you have not set correctly Default Gateway.
try this on server.
I have now installed both packages; I don’t know what was wrong with it. I simply opened "install.php" file and looked on line 55; which looked fine. Then I tried again and it installed fine.
Installing Twiki using ispconfig
I have searched the forum and i couldn't find anything on installing twiki using ispconfig. And i wasn't sure, whether to start a new thread or use this one.
Is it possible to install Twiki using ispconfig? And if it’s possible; can some one please help me with steps on how to do it
I see that TWiki is written in Perl; although it should be possible to run this, it is much easier to install a PHP-based Wiki.
Is it possible to install a PHP-based wiki using ispconfig ? And if it’s possible; can you please help me with steps on how to do it.
Generally you can install ever PHP or perl based software in a website created with ISPConfig. Just follow the installations instructions of the software that you want to install.
Thanks a lot guys, i managed to install wikka
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