[K12OSN] Re: K12OSN Digest, Vol 12, Issue 133
hburroughs at HHPREP.ORG
Thu Feb 24 15:15:34 UTC 2005
There are a couple of things you need to do. First, you have to setup
your internet router that now has the static IP to do PORT Forwarding.
Basically, you will forward PORT 80 of the outside side of the router
(which is your static IP address side) to PORT 80 of your k12ltsp server
(which is 10.0.0.1). Before I go any further, do all your computers
access the internet from one connection (FYI, I have 2 DSL lines on 2
routers...ugh)? I am going to assume for the moment that you answer yes
to my previous question, and that should be all you need to get your
k12ltsp server responding to web requests. From home, try typing your
static IP http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx and see what happens. If there are
problems, we could port forward SSH (port 22) to the k12ltsp server and
see if you can remotely log in from home. If that works, it probably is
an apache configuration issue (have you tweaked the config any, it looks
like you haven't, but I can't be sure).
Next, you have to get a DNS record added to your "redeemer.gld.edu.au"
domain for "intranet" and have it point to your new static IP.
Hope this helps!
Hilton Head Preparatory School
> From: Debbie Schiel <debbie at redeemer.qld.edu.au>
> To: k12osn at redhat.com
> Subject: [K12OSN] Have static IP - now how to setup intranet access?
> Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2005 18:00:55 +1100
> Hi Everyone,
> Our school has purchased a static IP address from our broadband provider -
> because I was informed that this is what is required if you want to host your
> own website, and also if you want to be able to access your intranet from the
> web, outside the school grounds.
> Our intranet is up and running locally off the K12ltsp server on
> http://10.0.0.1/ and our website is up and running but hosted in another state
> down south (Australia).
> Could someone please direct me (bearing in mind I'm an 8 month old newbie to
> Linux) to a site or archived post with instructions on how to attach our static
> IP address to our k12 server. As you can see I don't even know the correct
> terminology for what I want to do.
> What I do know is how to assign a new IP address to our existing domain name.
> But when I type in this new IP into my browser, how do I get it to go to our
> local k12/apache server (http://10.0.0.1/) in Biloela? (The main reason for
> wanting this, besides being able to host our own website, is that teachers want
> to be able to access our intranet from home)
> Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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