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Old 15th October 2005, 18:36
sapient sapient is offline
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Thank you for the replies (Its early morning here now so just now reading them). I am port-forwarding port 53, 80, 81, 22, 20 to my server.. so everything from the internet hits my router at .157 - then it forwards all those to my internal server ip.

I can ping my ip from the internet (of course that is just pinging the router):
Pinging []:

Ping #1: Got reply from in 33ms [TTL=50]
Ping #2: Got reply from in 35ms [TTL=50]
Ping #3: Got reply from in 30ms [TTL=50]
Ping #4: Got reply from in 37ms [TTL=50]

Done pinging!
but my domain name cannot be resolved to ip:
Sorry, I could not determine the IP for (error 11004).
My server's name is, (secondary dns) is the same machine right now. If I goto I can bring up the control panel (but still the images are gone and it sometimes says it cannot resolve

Using I registerd my domain and set the nameservers to & both pointing to my public ip *.*.*.157.

$go_info["server"]["dir_trenner"] = "/";
$go_info["server"]["server_root"] = "/home/admispconfig/ispconfig";
$go_info["server"]["server_url"] = "";
There is part of my i notice now that it shows - , I need to change that to (right?)

Does your ISP maybe block some ports to prevent that his clients are hosting servers at home?
You've got something going on there on your side...
I hope not- I will continue to investigate, but please dont give up on me yet! I really would like to use this setup,
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