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Subject:   IP address using ADSL Router/Modem
Date:   2003-11-21 07:04:25
From:   anonymous2
Response to: IP address using ADSL Router/Modem

I've got all this working, and access to my webserver from outside is easy (i have a domain).
the problem comes when i want to access the site(s) / domain(s) from whithin my network.
DNS points to the external ip address, and i can't seem to get to the sites i need.
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  • IP address using ADSL Router/Modem
    2003-12-07 04:42:45  anonymous2 [View]

    I have the same problem: When I type www.mydomain.com in my browser it points to the external IP of my network, and i get connected to the router web interface, but if I do this from outside my network it works right
    • IP address using ADSL Router/Modem
      2003-12-25 14:07:42  anonymous2 [View]

      try to configure ur computer to be its own DNS
      and make sure that pointer in ur DNS records point to it

      i hope that will help you for NOW
      if not conatct me
      • IP address using ADSL Router/Modem
        2004-02-10 01:47:29  vc [View]

        me got the same problem...how to solve the problem?is it must configure our own dns??
    • IP address using ADSL Router/Modem
      2003-12-25 14:10:19  jaseer [View]

      try to configure ur computer to be its own DNS
      and make sure that pointer in ur DNS records point to it

      i hope that will help you for NOW
      if not conatct me
      • IP address using ADSL Router/Modem
        2004-01-07 11:56:00  scotdwg [View]

        I'm having the same problem. I have a web server set up behind a router with a web interface. I have set up a static internal IP address and set it as the DMZ host, but traffic to port 80 is still directed to the router's web interface. Does anyone know how to get around this?