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Very Bad Problem!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by raco99, Aug 21, 2005.

  1. raco99

    raco99 Guest

    Very Bad Problem!!!!!!!!!! HELP ME PLEASE!!!!!!!!

    First: Sorry for my bad English...

    I have got a new dedicated server.
    When I try to go to http://MY_SERVER_IP, I saw the default page from PLESK.. IT IS OK..

    I logged to plesk and changed the main IP from Exculsive to Shared...
    After that I try to go to http://MY_SERVER_IP , I wait a long time but the server doesn't response!!! and the default page didn't appear!!!!!!!!
    I changed the IP to Exculsive... But the problem hadn't been solved!!!!

    1) WHAT SHOULD I DO????

    2) If I add another IP, can I host using it?
  2. raco99

    raco99 Guest

    I have PLESK 7.5.3
  3. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

    Sounds like it may not have written the changes properly. Try logging back into the control panel and verifying that the changes are shown. Try restarting Apache, and if all else fails, reboot the server :)
  4. raco99

    raco99 Guest

    I tried That

    I have tried to restart Apache and reboot the server... BUT THAT DIDN'T SOLVE THE PROLEM ..

    NOTE: HOw can I "verifying that the changes are shown"?

    Thanks for your response
  5. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

    I was referring to in the control panel, verify it currently shows either shared or exclusive, which ever you are trying to put it to.

    Then also, under Server - IP Addresses, click on the '0' zero under the Hosting column for that IP, and select the domain you wish to be the default for that IP, and click on 'Set as Default'.
  6. raco99

    raco99 Guest

    How can I verify it??????
  7. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

    Login to Plesk.

    Click on Server

    Click on IP Addresses

    Click on the IP address in question

    Make sure it has a dot next to whichever (shared or exclusive) that you wish it to be.

    You can also (optionally) click on 'Repair IP'

    Click on Ok.