Server Setup Behind a Router/Firewall/Cable Modem

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by kisong, Oct 13, 2005.

  1. kisong

    kisong New Member

    This is my current setup:
    SMC8013WG-CCR Cable Modem/Router/Firewall
    Fedora Core 4 with ISPConfig Installed
    Macintosh OS 9 Mail Server (using NAT)
    5 Static IP Addresses from my ISP

    I want to setup my fedora server to use one of the Static IP Addresses supplied by my ISP. I want to eventually get rid of the Macintosh OS 9 Mail Server (old) and use the Fedora Core 4 Server only to handle Web/FTP/mySQL/DNS/Mail serving duties.

    However, I don't know exactly how to setup the IP addresses so that the server can be accessed from within the network and from outside of the network.

    If anyone has any suggestions or any howto's I can read, please help me!

    Thank you!
  2. HaydenHarnet

    HaydenHarnet New Member

    Last edited: Aug 5, 2010
  3. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Us the internal IP address for the websites and the extrenal IP address for the DNS records.

    Then configure your router and forward all ports (e.g. port 80 and 443 for websites, port 25 for email, etc.) that shall be accessible from outside from the router to the IP of your server.

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