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Old 4th April 2013, 16:39
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Hi Dan,

Your DNS-A records must point to your fixed, public IP address but you'll also have to enable port forwarding on your router for each service that you want to run.

Your router should have a control panel where you need to enable settings to forward incoming requests, say, on port 80 (for http) to one of your connected local IP addresses, this IP address will usually be that of the machine running ISPConfig.

So, your DNS-A records should reference your public IP address and your router should reference your local IP address.

Hope this helps?

Regards,

Rich.
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