Right now my resolv.conf file contains "nameserver 192.168.1.1" which is my router address. I have a paid account with DynDNS for my server's domain, which has all the mydyndns.org Nameservers assigned to it. I also have an account with OpenDns. My servers address is 192.168.1.100. Router port forwarding of 81(ispconfig2),80(http),20,21(FTP) to 192.168.1.100. Question: What is the correct "namesaver address" that resolv.conf should have? I have a Netgear v7 router, will anyone tell me how the basic setup should be? I have been at this for about a month and need help. It seems that for every question I have asked in the past that was answered opened up only more questions. I am absolutly unfamiliar with linux but want to learn. I just read this in another post. "I set up my main site which is showing and went to name cheap.com (domain registrar) and set up DNS there pointing to my outside IP address. Within name cheap itself now I have: ns1.MyMainDomain.com ns2.MyMainDomain.com" What does he mean:"my outside IP "