DNS Zones, I need help!!!

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by furiano, Jan 25, 2009.

  1. furiano

    furiano New Member

    I cant configure ISPConfig 2. My problem is the IP.
    if my ip public is: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx and private is
    in the server seting how to set?

    Server IP:
    NS1: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

    is it ok?

    or server ip is a virtual adress: example


    When I create site must asign this ip? must mark "create dns & mx"
    domain: domain.com?

    excuseme my very very very broked english...
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    You have to use your external IP address in the dns records and your internal Ip in the website settings. Then forward all nescessary ports like smtp, http, pop3, ssh etc. from your router to your server IP.
  3. furiano

    furiano New Member

    Thanks, I'll try this.
  4. furiano

    furiano New Member

    Frankly I am amazed with the operation of the panel. I do not imagine that would work that way. The developers deserve a tremendous recognition.

    I have another problem.
    Mind was not above 2 IP addresses, then used zoneedit but now I am working with my own DNS.
    The point is to delegate my domain to my DNS does not work for me the panel.
    I know it's a DNS issue.
    Ask objectively.

    Management > Setting > Server
    Hostname: www
    Domain: mydomain.com
    Ip Adress: IP)?
    Ip List: Blank?

    Management > Setting > DNS
    Default NS1: my 1° public ip?
    Defualt NS2: my 2° public Ip?
    Default MX: Active?

    DNS Manager > Master Zone > DNS Entry
    Server: myservername
    Domain SOA: mydomain.com? Example: yahoo.com or another format
    IP Address: my private ip?

    Wath must I put there?

    I ask this because I read many tutorials on DNS in Spanish but can not configure it correctly.

    I am more than grateful for this forum ...
  5. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    The private IP is ok if that is what you're seeing in the output of
    If you have more than one IP, they go into the IP List field (otherwise it must be empty).
  6. furiano

    furiano New Member

    thanks you very much....
    I'll try it.

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