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Old 21st March 2006, 18:46
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Hi everybody

I'm newbie on that forum and I just try to complete an installation of ISPConfig.

This is my hardware configuration :
P4 2,8Ghz/40Go/200Go/1,5Go/1 ethGiga int/1 ethGiga ext

I'm running under - Linux debian sarge 3.1

My problem is that I have two different provider.
In case of crash, I want them work on different IPs classes (for each provider) but with the same SOA number...

Is that possible ? And how should I do that ?

Thanxs

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Old 22nd March 2006, 18:46
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My problem is that I have two different provider.
In case of crash, I want them work on different IPs classes (for each provider) but with the same SOA number...
So you're talking about BIND? Can you explain in more detail what you want to do / what the goal of your setup is?
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