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RE: IP Addresses




> -----Original Message-----
> From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com 
> [mailto:fedora-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Chris Marsh
> Sent: Friday, 29 October 2004 10:36
> To: 'For users of Fedora Core releases'
> Subject: RE: IP Addresses
> 
> 
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> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com 
> [mailto:fedora-list-bounces redhat com]
> On Behalf Of Stewart Nelson
> Sent: Thursday, 28 October 2004 7:25 PM
> To: fedora-list redhat com
> Subject: Re: IP Addresses
> 
> On Thu, October 28, 2004 12:54, Chris Marsh said:
> 
> >> Now, I'm setting
> >> up
> >> an FC2 box to act as my website and Email server. I want 
> to take over
> >> from the Hosting Company.
> >>
> >> Currently, my FC2 Box is connected via the ADSL Modem and 
> has the IP
> >> Address 10.0.0.3. My problem is, how do I 'see' this box from the 
> >> internet?
> 
> > You need to change the settings of your router to foward certain 
> > ports. e.g. for your web server, the router has to forward 
> port 80 to 
> > 10.0.0.3.
> 
> You need to be sure that the FC2 box always gets the same 
> private address. In your present system, after a power 
> failure, you might have the FC2 box at, say, 10.0.0.2.  One 
> way is to manually assign FC2 a static IP, e.g. 10.0.0.140, 
> that is outside of the range handed out by DHCP.  Or, if your 
> modem/router supports static DHCP, set it so that the NIC of 
> your FC2 (identified by its MAC address) always gets the same IP.
> 
> You also need to make www.ausmarsh.com point to your public 
> IP address. If your public IP is static, and you will be 
> keeping an account with Hosting Shop, just have them change 
> the DNS entry.  If you will no longer be dealing with H.S., 
> you could have your registrar or a third party provide DNS 
> for ausmarsh.com, or you could run your own DNS on FC2.
> 
> If your IP is dynamic, you can use dyndns.org or a similar 
> service. Running an email server from a dynamic IP is not 
> generally recommended.
> 
> --Stewart
> 
> ATM, My IP is dynamic. I don't have with DNS Changing etc. 
> It's purely the mechanics of setting up the Router to pass 
> all HTTP requests through to the server, on 10.0.0.3 (this 
> will stay the same). As someone else rightly pointed out, I 
> have a Speedtouch 510. I've tried to dowload the config file 
> but I don't know where to edit of what to edit it with! I've 
> found a manual on the internet for this, I'll read it first...
> 
> Chris
> 

Chris;

I provided example changed config lines in the ogiginal reply.  You can edit
the config with a text editor (either vi or notepad or whatever).

The line you need to add in the "nat.ini" section for the mapping is:

create protocol=tcp inside_addr=10.0.0.3:80 outside_addr=0.0.0.0:80
foreign_addr=0.0.0.0:0

Hope this helps... You can also edit this in the GUI under the "NAPT"
entrys.

Regards
David.


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