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Old 9th October 2006, 06:41
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Default Technical domain

I discovered that my DSL provider also provides domain with static IP:

from nslookup:
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Name: bsn-xxx-xxx-xxx.dsl.net
Address: 193.xxx.xxx.xxx
Can I use this domain for "technical domain"? If so, what should I use for hostname instead server1.example.com, server1.bsn-xxx-xxx-xxx.dsl.net is of course not resolvable.

What should I use in /etc/postfix/main.cf and ispconfig?

Can I use just bsn-xxx-xxx-xxx.dsl.net, without server1?
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Old 9th October 2006, 11:23
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Originally Posted by bruma
I discovered that my DSL provider also provides domain with static IP:
If your IP is really static, you may use this domain as technical domain.


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Can I use this domain for "technical domain"?
yes

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Can I use just bsn-xxx-xxx-xxx.dsl.net, without server1?
yes.
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