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Discussion in 'Plesk 11.x for Linux' started by AdrianH, Jan 3, 2013.

  1. AdrianH

    AdrianH New Pleskian

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    Hi We have a question about changing addresses in Plesk say I want to set a different address for access to the admin panel now looks like this domian.com: 8443 and wanted me to look like panel.domian.com is there a possibility? I searched the documentation but did not find answer

    Regards Adrian
     
  2. stefanoostwegel

    stefanoostwegel Basic Pleskian

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    Yeah, easy peasy, but probably not as you like:
    create a new forward sub domain: admin.yourdomain.com
    When you visit it, you be forwarded to yourdomain.com:8443
    I think its impossible to acces the panel otherwise because of security reasons (or so?)
     
  3. AdrianH

    AdrianH New Pleskian

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    it is possible, for example home.pl uses Plesk Panel and everything works just puzzles me how to hide the client: 8443

    Regards Adrian
     
  4. stefanoostwegel

    stefanoostwegel Basic Pleskian

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    What would happen if you create a virtual redirection?
    Make some virtual host over your shell and forward it to the port 8443?
     
  5. AdrianH

    AdrianH New Pleskian

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    A small hint I'm still learning :)
    or a specified documentation I will be very grateful

    Regards Adrian
     
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