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Old 29th March 2009, 22:32
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Default ISPConfig with dual NICs?

Well I've searched this site, Googled plenty, and it seems no one has posted this before...

Wondering if anyone has attempted (or if it's even possible) to configure ISPConfig with dual NIC's, dymanic IP's, with the ability to run its own nameservers.

Had a close look at the two really great how-to's from Falco regarding running one's own nameservers - just curious if there's a way to add a second NIC (both public, dynamic, IP's) to the ISPconfig server as opposed to configuring a second (slave).

Thanks in advance...
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Old 30th March 2009, 13:52
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It's a really bad idea to run nameservers on dynamic IPs... Other nameservers might cache the old IP, and then you have a problem.
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Old 31st March 2009, 21:48
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Crap, I spelled your nic wrong, sorry about that.

...true enough; was just hoping to get something going out of fun and interest.

Thought perhaps there was a way to point it all to my *.dyndns.org addresses that auto-update from the router(s), but maybe I'll just sign up for some of their paid services too
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