I have a windows 2000 server and I would like to configure two domain names, c.com and bnvsaj.c.com and requests to these domains should be forwarded to 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.0.2. How can I configure like this?
I have successfully installed PHP onto my MS Server 2000 platform, and can execute the files without problem.
html files no longer work, but I think this is to be expected? Renaming them .php allows them to work.
However, I am struggling to set a default page - I have gone to 'document' in the IIS settings, and removed all other default pages, and added index.php. This has not worked. I can access xxx.myserver.com/index.php, but it does not show when accessing xxx.myserver.com
The minimum requirements that I am seeking for is that it must be a Windows 2000 or Windows XP machine with at least 1024 MB of DDR PC3200 RAM and at least a single-core 2 GHz CPU whether it be AMD or Intel (something suitable for a gameserver and webserver combo), 40GB SATA/RAID Harddrive, and a Full Duplex 100 Mbit port with plenty of bandwidth to run a 32-Player 66tic CSS Server.
The price range that I seek is between $60 to $120 per month.
I have a Windows 2000 Advanced Server where there's a performance issue with some of the .asp pages that retrieve data from Access databases, (I know Access databases aren't ideal for data). These pages will just get stuck/freeze, and then either suddenly spring back to life, or give a script timeout error 0113.
The largest Access database I've seen is 136MB (is that way too large?)
I will probably move some of the large Access databases onto a different server but before I do:
- Are there any tools you can recommend to diagnose exactly what files / databases are causing the problem. I don't think the Win 2000 performance monitor tools even work.
- Can anyone explain more about the technicalities behind this issue. I expect it has something to do with processes, threads, memory, Access drivers being loaded into memory etc etc. Can anyone tell me what they know to put me in the picture better?
I have a Windows 2000 server running Raid 1 software raid. Recently, one hard disk in the mirror crash, I replace another trying to build the mirror. Problem is the existing hard disk has a few bad blocks, even after chkdsk it still failed to rebuild the software raid, error msg was due to bad blocks in the existing hard disk.
Plesk for Windows 11.5.30 MailEnable Professional 7.55
We are have setup smtp like this
If i telnet 587 from outside and on the server no problem all is working great ! If i try telenet 25 from outside I can not connect ! But if och do it from the server i can connect !! It is probably something i missed, but I can not find the correct settings ! Firewall is open for 25 and 587 !
I have 2 domain names, lets say domain1.com and domain2.com.
domain1 is the main domain and it has a subdomain, lets say sub.domain1.com.
What i want to do is to forward domain2 to domain1 without loosing its name. I used frame forwarding at plesk panel. The domain2 is correctly forwarded to domain1 without loosing its name. The problem is that the sub.domain2.com displays the domain1.com and not the sub.domain1.com
Below are my dns settings at domain2.com: xx.xx.xx.xx / 24 PTR domain2.com. sub.domain2.com. A xx.xx.xx.xx ftp.domain2.com. CNAME domain2.com. ipv4.domain2.com. A xx.xx.xx.xx
where xx.xx.xx.xx is my ip.
The funny thing is that webmail.domain2.com works fine.
I'm in the process of migrating a site to a new server. we're not ready to move email yet, so ideally i would like to just move web traffic at this time. i would like to be able to do this without changing the nameservers with the domain's registrar at this time.
which records to i need to manipulate in order to do this?
can i just change the A record for domain.com to point to a new IP and this won't impact the current email or do i need to move the entire site?
My biggest concern right now is impacting email by moving the everything to the new server.
I've been looking for the best OpenSolaris distribution for hosting Solaris Zones backed by ZFS.
I don't know how many good responses I will get back, but my options are below:
OpenSolaris 2008.5 - I've heard slow updates, but this is good for VPS hosting where we don't want many reboots -- release cycles like RedHat.
Solaris Express Community Edition (SXCE) - Very fast development like Fedora, but bugfixes are released much faster. Downside is much more maintenance to get all those bugfixes.
Nexenta - This is the OpenSolaris kernel built around a GPL userland (Debian based, uses apt, etc). Does anyone have any experience with this? It seems releases are not as fast as SXCE, but quicker than OpenSolaris and it supports all the OpenSolaris features such as Zones/ZFS and even allows for Debian/Ubuntu zones.
Any input would be highly appreciated, especially from those running 1 or more of the above distributions.
if I do a reverse lookup on my server's IP it returns a host assigned by the data center. So is this something I should even be managing too or is that always left up to the DC? I run my own DNS for the forward lookup zones.
Also just a technical question, when you do a reverse lookup, how does it know where to look to get the host? I'm not sure I fully understand how these work.
Somebody purchased a domain from a popular registrar. When you lookup the domain, it points to its own name servers (i.e. ns1.registrar.com and ns2.registrar.com), which means that it is hosted by them as well. correct?
this person is saying they bought their domain from the registrar, but they are hosted by company X. he says that he is pointing the ip address of his web site on company X to his registrar.
My VPS Config: centos with webmin mail program sendmail
Its a newly configured VPS have a problem with smtp realying through outlook and other smtp programs. When i use smtp on outlook it give following error:
The message could not be sent because one of the recipients was rejected by the server. The rejected e-mail address was 'email@example.com'. Subject 'Outlook', Account: 'Testing', Server: 'xxxx.com', Protocol: SMTP, Server Response: '550 5.7.1 <firstname.lastname@example.org>... Relaying denied. IP name possibly forged [xx.xxx.xx.xxx]', Port: 25, Secure(SSL): No, Server Error: 550, Error Number: 0x800CCC79
I want to make outgoing authentication activate instead of allowing some iprange or domain for relaying through /etc/mail/access.