I've installed the ISPConfig system working on centos 5.1
I can access it via https://192.168.2.3:81
and log in.
I have a few setup / post installation / migration questions.
I have bought 5 static ips from ISP to be installed on Christmas eve.
My current setup is zoneedit managing my dns requests and sending them to my dynamic ip and getting websites called from windows server 2003 IIS 6.0.
So i host about 20 websites atm that i host on IIS 6.0
Ive decided to lay my websites in the hands of linux and see how well it does ^^
Now heres my concerns.
Ive done every instruction in the perfect setup for cent os 5.1.
ive installed ISPconfig with no errors.
However. When i get my static ip addresses on christmas eve i need to setup ns1.mydomain. and ns2.mydomain.com and i need to know where where i do put these settings in my configuration. what i know is this.
Ill be getting a IP Gateway from comcast.
Ill be getting 5 static ip addresses.
And naturally ill want to use this integrated DNS system to manage my own dns instead of zone edit.
so how do i create the namesevers in bind9 for ISPConfig and make the correct settings in zone edit.
And is the email server and pop server dependent on the changes made in DNS to static ips and if they are, will i need to make the email progs see the new static ip as well.
Does anyone here have there own static ip's and made there nameservers to work for ISPconfig?
i would appreciate some advice for the migration.
And what WYSIWYG editor are you using for this forum???? Its very smooth looking =)
I have a few other questions like "Is it possible to run php as a ISAPI module in linux" (I love php in ISAPI... my god the speed <3) But ill post those in the correct threads
Thanks for your time