ISPConfig 2.0.9 released

Discussion in 'General' started by till, Sep 17, 2005.

  1. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Yes, but it's in a local network, not directly connected to the internet, that's what I wanted to say.

    Noone's thinking that. Everybody's welcome here! :)

    You didn't cause any inconvenience - a forum is for asking questions.

    In fact, it is. :)

    You seem to be frustrated, but I don't know why? Maybe you misunderstood my last post? This wasn't meant personal in any way, I was simply saying that ISPConfig is aimed at servers with a direct connection to the internet; of course you can use it in a local network, but this causes a few more problems with routers, etc., as you've experienced.
  2. linutzy

    linutzy New Member


    Flako is a huge help and so is Till. My linux experience stops with BASH and Shell Scripting. DNS & Bind I'm still a bit in the dark with, postfix and sendmail I'm getting by with. But don't get me started with with LAMP (mysql/perl/php) as well as what should be easier stuff looking CSS and XHTML.

    That being said I have a funny feeling that the two names I have listed above have more responsibility then I. However, they still have time to visit with responses that make me think. It's a good product and once I know what I'm doing will show it to others. I've gotten a good chunk of help and nobody was rude.....

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