We want to know, which of these features do you want to see included most in Hestia Control Panel? Here is a list of some commonly requested items from the forums and GitHub. If you have an idea that isn’t listed below please feel free to leave a comment.
Full support for IPv6 addresses
Reseller / multi-tenant account access
Ability to preserve custom PHP-FPM pool values on upgrade/rebuild
Ability to set up custom nginx proxy through Web UI
Allow admins to restrict template visibility based on user
Ability to send notification messages to users from the web UI
Ability to test a cron job from the Web UI
Ability to add/remove components after install (like mail or DNS)
Ability to repair components without reinstallation
Ability to change default TTL value for DNS zones
Ability to view contents of IPset list from Web UI
Ability to test SMTP relay settings from Web UI
Ability to define Inode limits in Packages
Ability to define custom headers and rewrite rules from Web UI
Ability to define mailbox quota as part of Packages
A concern that I raised some time ago was being able to manage the DNS server in the same way as other control panels such as Webmin or ISPconfig, that is to say that they themselves managed the direct and reverse zones of the same server, but it is not to my liking and no one’s interest, so I leave it there, in the end it is an excellent free and light Control Panel…
Sorry by translate (google translate), my language is spanish…
Yes, it’s a good push, but I was referring directly to the way to manage the bind server (DNS) that have panels such as Webmin or ISPconfig, that is, manage the direct zones and the reverse zones in the same panel (HestiaCP – manages direct zone only-- however, Webmin or ISPconfig for example if they do it fully --direct and reverse zone) and this feature is a great advance although I also recognize the work that it would entail, but that’s what it’s about when asking features to be implemented in the Hestia panel, right…
Utilize wildcard certificates through Cloudflare’s DNS API. We service several clients who employ third-party web hosting in conjunction with our email service, and we are required to update their certificates manually every three months.
DirectAdmin uses the LEGO client for this functionality.
It should be great to integrate that feature in HestiaCP… I’ve been using acme.sh client for years and it is really good, I also use it to get (and renew automatically) my wildcard certificates for HestiaCP hosted domains, validating the challenges in an external DNS provider.
I have another idea, how about isolating websites from each other? I know that users are isolated from each other but how about websites? If one website gets infects so the hacker doesn’t infect other ones.