ISPConfig 2:

All users belonging to that site can log in with their username and password.

If there are no users you can log in like this:

Username: admin
Password: stats

ISPConfig 3:

The password for the statistic login can be set on the "stats" tab in the website settings. The username is always "admin".

How do I authenticate myself to see the website statistics in ISPConfig?
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4 thoughts on “How do I authenticate myself to see the website statistics in ISPConfig?

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    Hello,

    We are actually moving websites to ISP Config and we would like to preserve our customers’ stats login/password. Is there any way to set a custom stats_username for each site please ?

    Thank you for your great job.

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    Sorry, I forgot to mention ISP Config version : 3.0.3 (upgrade needed, but we unfortunately had to make some hacks so this might not be easy…).

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    You can e.g. enter a new password on the ispconfig stats tab of the website settings. ISPConfig will then create a .htaccess file for the statistics access. Afterwards you add a line to that .htaccess file with the username and password of your old statistics access user(s).

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