Old 11th July 2007, 18:23
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Default DNS help

I am new to ISPCONFIG and also pretty much a linux newbie.

I have installed ispconfig on ubuntu fiesty using the perfect setup. I have a dsl router that does not allow loopback. So when I try to call http://xyz.com from a local IP it will error out. I am using a managed DNS for my DNS on the internet and also using a DNS name server from my ISP for the lookups. Can I set the DNS server on the ISPCONFIG box as my DNS server and then route local LAN calls for http://xyz.com to route to instead of routing to the public IP of 66.xx.xx.xx. I am using both linux and windows clients to connect to this server.

I can access the http://xyz.com from the WAN(internet) just fine.

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Old 11th July 2007, 19:51
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I use two way
1- use ispconfig IP as perferred DNS server [192.168.x.x]
after you change it, don't forget to use
ipconfig /flushdns in windows command prompt

2- add host to file


192.168.x.x site1.com
192.168.x.x www.site1.com
ispconfig v3 site test.
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