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Old 16th June 2008
neubie neubie is offline
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Default Changing IP to host www, mail and etc in FreeBSSD

To All out there:

I have an PPPoE ADSL connection (Broadband service) 24 x7 and I planned to use its services even am not at home. Used its services means: I will put up a domain where www, mail, ftp and etc will be pointed to my changing/varying ip addresses.

Internet <==> [[DNS equivalent][GateWay] ===[LAN / www/mail/ftp/ssh]

Internet <==> [[DNS equivalent][GateWay] ===[LAN / www/mail/ftp/ssh]

I know that this is possible now but I don't have an idea on how to make this work. If you have some inputs to this I am advancing my warmth thanks to you guys.

Just to inform you that I had already settled a domain for 1 year for this personal project.

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