I appologize if this has been posted before but i have searched and probably missed it. I have my name servers all through dnsexit.com and everything points to my external IP, and my router forwards all web/ftp/dns/mail/etc to the one debian server I have setup that hosts 5 domains for me. And it works perfectly. All thinks to the tutorials and the support you guys give here. Recently I am expanding my programming knowledge and I am trying to learn some ASP.NET programming and working with server 2008. So I have set up a 2008 server and i got a new domain (not a sub-domain) and want it to be hosted on the 2008 server. So what I am looking for is a very simple way of putting in a ip address of the 2008 on my local network (192.168.x.x) into the dns server on my main debian machine (ISPConfig 3) so that if forwards the requests to it. Maybe this isnt easily accomplished like I think it is. I was thinking that maybe i need just edit the hosts file. thoughts?