How to get to work??

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by googlah, Aug 2, 2006.

  1. googlah

    googlah New Member

    I have no clue how to do this.. I went through the Perfect Linux Setup with Debian + ISPConfig.

    I am now able to set up subdomains, users, quotas, yeah all that kind of stuff. No problem to access FTP, mail and SSH after created a user.

    Cos I'm inside a NAT (router), is the IP I'm using for testing. When typing, (which is the default url to the webmail, right), I get to the webmail interface.

    How to get webmail to work on ??? Any help is appreciated
  2. Ben

    Ben ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    If your NAT box (whatever if DSL-Router etc). has a static IP, assign that to you DNS-Name.
    If not, get a DynDNS Account from anywhere, set a CNAME from your DNS-Name to the DYN-DNS-Name. If that's not possible with your NS-Provider, you have to redirect requests to that DNS-Name to the DYN-DNS.

    At least you have to forward all desired ports (e.g. 81) from the Router to your local server (192.168.....).

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