let's say I'm part of a LAN and i get my public IP through a PPPoE but i also have a wireless router and another station on which I wish to have linux. On that linux machine I will have anther public IP which is not from the same class.
What to do in order to world wide see my server machine(the one with linux and IP not from the same class)
I would like to know on how to forward specific IP with port to localhost or any IP by using iptables ? For example i would like to forward for port 25 from IP A to IP B, Currently i'm doing a test with my firewall and i'm very blur with iptables thingy.
I'm hostnig my website at home, and I think my router reset itself. I was wondering how to reforward port 80. I have a netgear router. This is teh port forwarding pagfe, of my router. The other is my ipconfig page.
Upon setting up, I found out that outgoing mails from any email addresses from my domain name cannot be copied to another email account. I've tried scripting on the client software (e.g)outlook. it works. but then again, it only applies on the client side if the scripted client is present. this would not work if the email is sent from the web based login.
is there a work around for it?
If there isn't, does any one know of any webhosting co. that allows that?
Situation is, my current host does allow it. Due to small amount of disk space allocated, reliability of the service, technical support and cost, we therefore have decided to switch to another host.
I have a domain setup on my Plesk 8.6.0 powered webserver which is being forwarded to a specific IP provided by my costumer, all DNS zone records are inserted accordingly and everything works fine.
Due to a problem with the ISP that provides the fixed IP on my costumerÃ¢Â€Â™s server he now wants to get a second IP from a different ISP, for the same webserver, to function as a secondary route onto his server .....
i have a domain hosted at eNom which i would like to point to my FTP server which is running on my box at home. I have a static IP, and BulletProof FTP server installed. Now im just unclear how i can have www.mydomain.com point to 126.96.36.199:21.
i have been stuck in this situation for more than a week...
the situation on my side is this:
<-- i have a domain at godaddy, and using godaddy windows hosting.. i have a website in ASP.NET, and i want to make a subdomain for my forum suppose: forum.mydomain.com and forward it to other host on cpanel... -->
Other side: <-- my friend has bought reseller hosting and have created an account for me with the name of mydomain.com. and the server IP is x.x.x.123 -->
i logged in to my account in cpanel and created a subdomain named "forum"
then i created the subdomain on godaddy and pointed the A record of this subdomain to x.x.x.123
now when i open forum.mydomain.com.....it displays error page... (i have kept a simple index.html file in public_html)
any solution to this problem?
i need steps to resolve this problem and what configurations i need to do on godaddy + cpanel manager....
I have a situation with a client who wants to keep their current hosting provider for email, but switch their web hosting to a new host. I have recommended downtownhost to them, and explained that we could set up an mx entry to point to their old host for email forwarding.
They came back and suggested keeping their current ISP to manage the DNS entry to forward all http requests to DTH, so that mail does not need to pass through DTH.
I'm not a hosting whiz so I hope I explained this correctly. I was looking for some advice on:
For example, if I forward my business domain abcproducts.com to my domain where I have my hosting, myname.com, is it possible for people to see where my business domain is forwarding to. Basically, I am doing a business website, but I don't want anyone to be able to see that it actually is forwarding to a folder on my main myname.com where I have my hosting. I am masking it, so it will only show abcproducts.com, but I am wondering if even the "tech saavy" has tools to figure this out. I just don't want anyone to be able to see this.
Like, I know how sites like DNSreport.com show all kinds of stuff on the domain. Is there something like this that people can use to see if domains forward?
These 3 domains have email hosted my google and everything works as expected there.
However, when I try and send email from a php form to an address at XYZ.com, my server tries to send it locally, instead of sending it to google's MX address. If I try and send mail from this php form to either ABC.com or DEF.com, it works great and sends it to google's MX servers.
I ran a email trace from within cpanel and it returned this:
asdf@XYZ.com virtual_aliases via /etc/valiases/XYZ.com | | | -------- XYZ@myserver.com localuser to local delivery
asdf@ABC.com lookuphost via ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.com The contents of my valiases files?
root@server [/etc]# cat /etc/valiases/XYZ.com *: XYZ root@server [/etc]# cat /etc/valiases/ABC.com *: ABC Here's some debug from the exim_mainlog file
I have a dedicated server with cPanel/WHM and on it is a site with for example user name: domain
The main email user name is of course domain I'd also like to forward email@example.com to the domain user account then any other emails would fail. So say if someone sent an email to firstname.lastname@example.org it would fail unless of course I had an account setup.
Currently I can get email@example.com to foward to the main account box, however in doing so it will also forward everything else.
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 active directory setup. Two users are in there that have exchange mailboxes. One has been deleted, but still gets mail on occasion. So, to keep things simple, firstname.lastname@example.org is a current user. email@example.com is the one that was deleted. Can I forward mail from tim's address to bob's address without a using a distrobution list?
I usually use contacts to forward mail, but that only appears to work for external addresses, and not for internal addresses (ie, mydomain.com)
II just transfered domain hosting from my clients old host to my server. The new website is up-and-running without problems. At his request, I use a MX --> A redirect to send his mail to his local server at his business, where he wishes to receive it. It is setup as follows:
Main domain (xyz.net) MX ->> extmail.xyz.net. extmail "A" ->> 99.99.999.99 (at the clients local server)
Here is the PROBLEM. The client has a secondary parked account that just directs to the main account. The client has email MX forwarding from that account, which does not seem to be forwarding correctly after this changeover described above --- it is not being delivered.
Question: Do I have to change the MX pointer at the secondary domain to point ->> to extmail.xyz.net? it is currently set to point to mail.xyz.net.
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 currently have one server with multiple domains on it. I run apache with virtual hosts.
I want to setup email forwarding such that:
Email sent to <anyone>@aaaa.com ----forwards to----> <some email address> Email sent to <anyone>@bbbb.com ----forwards to----> <some email address> ... Email sent to <anyone>@xxxxx.com ----forwards to----> <some email address>
Any pointers? Im not even sure what to search for on the net.