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Account Ip Address Change, Now "no website configured" Message

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by lankyb, Jun 24, 2005.

  1. lankyb

    lankyb Well-Known Member

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    Hi

    Before you start moaning, i did do a search on this forum and tried the solutions, but nothing seemed to work.

    I had this problem where a customer was unable to view his site due to restriction his company had on his proxy server. True this is not really my problem, but considering he is the boss of this company, and is a very good customer I went about looking for solutions.

    After heated discussions with their systems administrator, who putting it lightly is a jerk, I decided to just solve the problem at my end by changing the ip address. My customer was able to view the server using the spare ip addresses, but not the main shared address, so it seemed like a good way of going about things.

    I changed the account ip to one of the spare ip addresses I had, but that’s when the problems started. Now I could not see the site, and just got the message “There is no website configured at this address.”

    I did a check in the httpd.conf file, and saw no problems…. Deleted the zone, then re-added it… and I even backed up the account, deleted it then re-created it… but still no luck!

    When I went to create the new account, I selected it to have its own ip address… but it gave the standard shared address which was odd!

    Anyway, I was wondering if anybody could give me some insight to what might be the problem?

    Thanks alot!! :)
     
  2. ehpmahesh

    ehpmahesh Well-Known Member

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    Make sure that it is createing a virtual domain entry with new IP in httpd.conf. Also try with giving new IP in httpd.conf file by adding following line.
    Listen IP (give your new IP)
    May possible it will work
     
  3. lankyb

    lankyb Well-Known Member

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    I tired out what you said and the httpd serviced started to fail! When i looked into it closely to find out the reason why, i found out that the data center had given me 2 ip addresses not relating to my server, but someone elses.

    This explains why it was not working in the first place, and also why your method did not work aswell. But thanks anyway :)

    Now off to moan at my data center!
     
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