You can set up your own name service or use, for example, your hosting provider's name service. For example, FQDN mail. This tutorial uses domain name xyzzy. Host Name is a name given to a host, for example, foobar. If the domain is to be used outside your own organization, the domain must be registered. The registrar asks for two name servers. At least some registrars allow registering first and name servers can be given later, maybe up to one month later. But the registrar threatens to revoke your domain name unless it gets two working name servers. If you want to run your own name servers, you need two name server hosts.
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ISPConfig is a free open-source control panel application that allows website owners to easily administer their sites, similar to cPanel and Plesk. It also allows resellers to manage multiple accounts on multiple physical or virtual servers. But ISPConfig is not available from all hosts. ISPConfig only runs on Linux servers.
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Discussion in ' General ' started by khan , Jul 16, Log in or Sign up. Howtoforge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials. My default setup during installation for server1. My domain name is by godaddy, i have A-record for server1, and server2 pointing to my public ip address. Last edited: Jul 16, Thanks Till for your response: Awww my understanding is wrong, let me put down my objective: On a single hosting server i would like to have multiple web-sites hosted. I have 5 websites that i want to put on this server, i want to have each website its own mail boxes and user accounts After i remove the server2.
You seem to have CSS turned off. Please don't fill out this field. Schedule appointments, process payments, complete client assessments,. Simply put: In my opinion the best web-hosting control panel there is Well of course I "payed for coffee" to get the manual - it is the least i could do ; I was using Plesk on Windows and also cPanel on Linux, but the simpliest and easy to use is ispConfig. Great job guys!!!!