Cannot Connect to BOTH Websites Being Hosted Here

Posted January 23, 2020 1.7k views

I have 2 separate websites that I’ve created in Virtualmin> Create Virtual Server.

Originally the 1st website that I added to my DNS at was connecting and running properly after using their “Domain Name Server Management” and setting the VPS/hosting IP address inside their records as shown in the image below:

but then when I went to add “” DNS redirecting to the digital ocean hosting IP address (same IP address), now only the “” website is accessible in my browser. Please check the DNS configurations I’ve set in my DNS management in the image below:

So now “” is NOT accessible in my browser, and only “” IS showing.

Again, they obviously have the same IP address since both websites are being managed under 1 DROPLET.

Is additional setup requirement in order to get both websites working on 1 IP address? Do I need additional settings in my Domain Name Hosting company?

I await your reply. Thank you.

edited by MattIPv4

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Note that after a DNS change it could take up to 24-48 hours for the DNS cache to clear over the Globe. You can use this website here to follow your approximate DNS propagation:

If this still does not work after the 24-48 hours, I would recommend either getting in touch with your DNS provider or changing your nameservers to the DigitalOcean ones so that you could manage your DNS zone via DigitalOcean directly. You can follow the steps on how to do that here:

Besides the DNS setup, in order to host multiple websites on a single Droplet, you would need to create Virtual Hosts for each website:


by Josh Barnett
by Kathleen Juell
DNS is the naming system that is used to bind a domain name to a web server. In this guide, we will change the nameservers for a domain that we have registered and point it to a DigitalOcean Droplet.