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Old 7th May 2012, 10:53
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Originally Posted by cevans71 View Post
So I have set up a 2008 server and i got a new domain (not a sub-domain) and want it to be hosted on the 2008 server. So what I am looking for is a very simple way of putting in a ip address of the 2008 on my local network (192.168.x.x) into the dns server on my main debian machine (ISPConfig 3) so that if forwards the requests to it.
You can ue the DNS server on your Debian machine, but all clients that want to access the 2008 server need to use the Debian server as the first nameserver then.

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I was thinking that maybe i need just edit the hosts file. thoughts?
This is an alternative, but you must edit the hosts file on all clients that want to access the 2008 server.
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