First and foremost, "ISPConfig3", thank you guys for this awesome product
And also thank you Falko for this awesome howto (The Perfect Server - CentOS 6.4 x86_64 (nginx, Dovecot, ISPConfig 3))
I followed the tutorial and I'm happy to say my first ISPConfig is running with all systems online.
My goal is to have an internal webserver to provide a platform to develop and prototype my customerís web sites
I want to implement internal subdomains, of my external public domain
, for any or all of my customers.
I want to implement split-brain DNS
for security purpose
I also want to protect access to my other servers using OpenVPN
especialy my NX and Windows rdp
My setup is like this:
(The Perfect Server - CentOS 6.4 x86_64 (nginx, Dovecot, ISPConfig 3)) virtualized on Xenserver 6.2
Running in a Windows Active Directory Domain (providing DHCP / DNS / AD) environment
The IPSConfig server is integrated in AD with PowerBroker open (tested and working)
It's name is say isp.abc.my-domain.com on static ip 192.168.1.20
The AD domain is lets say abc.my-domain.com
It's name is say pdc.abc.my-domain.com (also on xen) static ip 192.168.28.15
My ISP is giving me a DHCP ip also
My router is pfSense 2.1 lan IP 192.168.1.1
1- First I'd like your insight to help me to validate this setup.
2- Considering that my routerís public ip is dynamic
a.) Is it possible to publish my servers ip without dynamic dns
b.) How should I setup my external dns services as to meet ISPConfig name servers requirements.
Any help or comments is welcome and much appreciated.