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Old 6th January 2007, 05:56
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hi guys,
I have a server which is behind the nat,
I've forwarded all required port to my server.
it is working fine now but the problem is that
every single website that I add to my list
I must go step by step and add external IP address
to dns record, it also make me confuse how to treat
ISPconfig for behind-the-nat situation,

is it worthy or possible to add features and option
to ISPConfig that it will somehow behave automatically?


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Old 7th January 2007, 18:16
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The DNS records must all point to your public IP address.
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Old 7th January 2007, 18:28
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thanks for your reply

so how to setup external and internal ip in ISPConfig to avoid confusion?
I don't want to take ISPConfig out of automation it already has.
because, reseller may now know how to setup everything when they're
adding new website.

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When you create a web site in ISPConfig, you must use the internal IP address (the one that you see in the
Code:
ifconfig
output). But for DNS, always use the public IP address.
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