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Old 15th May 2013, 11:34
tahunasky tahunasky is offline
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A good learning exercise (and to help avoid stuff ups) is to setup a DNS server just for internal use first, before configuring as your primary internet DNS.

Once you have setup the DNS server in ispconfig, set your DHCP dns record to use your internal DNS first, then your isp's/google as second/third etc..

This way you can play around with it and learn how it all works, then when you are happy with it, all you have to do is change the name server setting with your domain register to point to your routers ip address, and dont forget to port forward 53 tcp and udp to your dns server.
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