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Old 14th June 2006, 07:18
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Red face Local IP in DNS Records

Hello...

Completly newbie with Linux, I spent much time to read the assistances and handbooks ...

1) After having created a reseller, then a customer, a web site and to have validated =

Administration / Server-Setting / DNS / Server Default Ns1 & Ns2 with my public IP 82.127.X.X & IP 217.70.177.40
(sec DNS Server GANDI )

And having clicked Default MX in this same window.

2) Then after having validated Create DNS & Create DNS-MX on the web-site config window.

3) Having found all right DNS records itself created in " DNS Manager "
With it seems to me the good values IPs / hosts names... and I did many tests...

I am completely demoralized when I see my error messages identified on the dnsreport.com site…!!!

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Getting MX record for inventiste.biz (from local DNS server, may be cached)... There is no MX record for inventiste.biz! That's bad.
Checking for an A record... Got it!
inventiste.biz - 192.168.1.17 [ERROR: A private IP address appeared in the MX records; this is not valid.
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Can you say to me how is it possible to obtain such an error message???

Currently, while letting function my server, I erased all DNS records, and I waits until the storm passes…

I would be very happy when you can answer me. Thanks a lot.
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Old 14th June 2006, 10:28
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You can not use the automatic DNS record functions from ISPConfig when you are in a NAT enviroment. The problem is that the Website IP is your private IP and the DNS IP is your external IP.

Go to DNS-Manager and change the IP in the DNS record of your domain to your external IP.
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