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Problem with 2 hosting on ISPConfig 3.0.5.4p3

Posted on 2014-11-25
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Hi,

I have 2 web sites running on ISPConfig 3.0.5.4p3

When i check one domain www.example1.com it Works fine but when i try to check www.example2.com shows www.example1.com, i mean:


 www.example1.com ----goes to---> www.example1.com (Correct)

www.example2.com ----goes to--->www.example1.com (Wrong)


Those sites was working properly last week, but i dont know what happened, no updates, nothing was did on the sever or sites but stop working.

Any tip on what is happening.

Thx.
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In an SSH do a search for sites-enabled and navigate to the folder
Open up the config files there and check the document paths for site 2 are correct.
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it was an issue with Vhost IP in those config files. Thx for the help
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