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Old 05-08-2007, 02:30 AM   #1
swandi
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How to configure DNS and NAT


Hi, There!
I Just register my domain name with one public ip as nameserver and another public ip as mail exchanger.

My domain connect to internet by vsat and i want to protect my network using firewall. How can i implement it?

for this case :
domain name : sunaidesis.org
ns : ns1.sunaidesis.org 202.87.82.5
mx : email.sunaidesis.org 202.87.82.3

in local:
ns : 172.16.1.5
mx : 172.16.1.6

Any one can helpme?
I need named.conf
sunaidesis.zone
and also iptables

Thank's before..
 
Old 05-08-2007, 08:48 AM   #2
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The "easy" way may involve bind9 and views. Please see
For some information on how to set it up.
 
  


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