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Old 19th October 2008, 22:51
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Default When configuring ISPConfig use Server LAN IP or WAN IP???

All my IP settings under ISPConfig (e.g. server>settings>ip address, dns manager>ip address, etc) indicate the LAN IP of my server NOT the WAN IP.

When configuring IP addresses in ISPConfig, should one use the LAN IP or the WAN IP of the server. Which one?

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note: I'm trying to figure out why my ISPConfig sites do not work from outside my LAN. They only work properly within my LAN. When I try to browse to them from outside my lan they won't work. Note: My ISP does not block any ports. I'm compiling all this information and I WILL GET TO THE BOTTOM OF IT. =)

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Old 20th October 2008, 01:44
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If you are in a NAT enviroment behind a router, you will have to use the LAN IP for the websites and the WAN IP in the dns manager.
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Old 20th October 2008, 18:18
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What about the ip under management > server > settings?

All these little details should be added to a tutorial. I'll see if I find the time to write one. I holler back at you guys.
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What about the ip under management > server > settings?
This is the IP of your server, you dont have to edit that as it is set automatically during setup.
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