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Old 02-23-2004, 06:55 AM   #1
AngelOfTheDamn
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DNS need help ? pls help me ! SOS SOS


I got a domain name from Namecheap and now I host my website by my own conputer and net line, of course i have to set the DNS for it but i'm a kind of noob in this field. I used dynamic DNS but at have some proplems like i can access to my website from WAN ( mean out site Lan like use my friend connection or sth like that, but when i used it from LAN it point to my router and show a login request panel some one here can help me out this that things ???

Futher more, I have domain name, have a static IP (xx.xxx.xx.xxx) address so i want host it for myself cause i need some advantage like sub domain or some thing like that, the web computer is linux fedora core 1 and also have BIND ( it a client in the whole LAN with the ip ex : 192.168.1.1 now i want it host for domain.

all forward access like port 80 for web, 53 for dsn from router to 192.168.1.1 was made and what i need to do next, pls teach me ...

1st i have point my DNS domain name to my static ip rite ? or i have to config an other thing pls help me pls
 
Old 02-23-2004, 10:34 AM   #2
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If you are using an dynamic DNS service, then you don't need to use BIND for the outside world. What I mean is if the DNS server for www.angelofthedamn.com is not your IP (as seen from the outside) then you probably won't use the DNS server for the outside (port 53).

Just use BIND internally, and have www.angelofthedamn.com resolve to 192.168.1.1 not your static IP. Your static IP is your router. This is how I've done my internal networks.

Good Luck,
chris
 
Old 02-23-2004, 12:13 PM   #3
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the case is ... My router IP in the Lan is 192.168.1.254 and when connect to the net it have ip is the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx ( that static ip from my isp ) when use the net in Lan in case i want to check sth from my website i typed www.angelofthedamn.com and later that instead to to forward address in router to linux client (192.168.1.1 ) it show up a login request ( like login request of router 192.168.1.254 ) dynamic DNS (www.angelofthedamn.com ) point to static ip from my isp xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, pls let me know how to avoid that.

and about BIND case i'll try but would u please more clearly, i'm kind of stupid

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