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Old 4th September 2005, 07:09
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Question Which IP's to use for ISPConfig setup

I am behind a router/firewall which has a public static IP and all relevant ports are being forwarded on the router to my private local IP (192.168.1.102).

My Webserver has 192.1.168.102 and a virtual IP of 192.168.1.103 as per the "perfect setup.."

I have a fresh ISPConfig install and want to get things right from the start!

Which IP should be used in the following cases;

1 ISP Server (Management->Server->Settings).
This has the IP I enetered during setup (192.168.1.102) there is also 192.168.1.103 (the vitual IP) in the IP List.

2 During Site creation, whick IP should be used (Public or Private)?

I also don't quite understand the "Maildir" option.

If someone could guide me I would appreciate it.

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Skeeta
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