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Old 15th May 2009, 08:19
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Hi there:

I have a domain registered in my old ISP. From their isp panel I can control all about my domain.

Now I have a debian vps.

I have installed ispconfig 3 without any problem. My problem are dns.

I have created a new client, a new website and a SOA for my external isp domain. I think all is ok.

What have I to modify at my dns domain (external isp) so that point to my debian vps and I can browse my website?

I'm sorry if I have said a foolishness and you forgive my bad english... I try to learn how to host multiple websites (and their domains)
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Old 15th May 2009, 08:49
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First, if the domain is controllebd by your external ISP, then you dont have to add a soa record for the domain in ispconfig. Just add a website as you did already and then change the dns A-Records of the domain in the control panel of your ISP so that they point to the IP address of your ispconfig 3 vps.
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First, if the domain is controllebd by your external ISP, then you dont have to add a soa record for the domain in ispconfig. Just add a website as you did already and then change the dns A-Records of the domain in the control panel of your ISP so that they point to the IP address of your ispconfig 3 vps.
Ok.

That was my problem!!

Thanks you for suporting newbies like me. I have to learn a lot...

Thanks to Falko and you. Good job!
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Ok.

That was my problem!!

Thanks you for suporting newbies like me. I have to learn a lot...

Thanks to Falko and you. Good job!
OOps...

Another newbie question...

And how I have to modify external dns to configure my vps email server??

Thanks a lot!!
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Old 15th May 2009, 16:38
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And how I have to modify external dns to configure my vps email server??
Thanks a lot!

I solved my problem...
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