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Set up a website on my internal network and access it with a domain name instead of IP

I have a small local network, with the following devices: a Belkin n150 router (older generation), a Dell laptop running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (GNU-Linux 3.13.0-24-generic x86_64) as my server, and another ...
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1answer
29 views

Setup LAN to serve webpages and voip and access to the web site from inside LAN with domain name

I'd like to know if it will work: I have my domain and I'm serving a webpage in a nginx to the internet, but if I type my domain in my laptop inside LAN I access to my modem/router configuration, I ...
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1answer
47 views

Setting up dns server on an isolated lan

I have a LAN with 2 laptops, 1 router, 2 NAS and a printer. I want to have a dns service but i do not want to have a pc permanently connected for that service. As i can define a preferred and an ...
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2answers
201 views

BIND DNS server (Windows) - Unable to access my local domain from other computers on LAN

I have a BIND DNS server running on my Windows 7 development machine and I'm serving pages with WAMPSERVER. My ideia is to develop some tools (in PHP) for my intranet at work and I want them to be ...
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1answer
60 views

Local DNS server

I am using a local (company) network which provides some servers which are also available from the outside (through one public static IP and port forwarding). And there are some domains which are ...
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0answers
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Bind DNS Forwarders Issue

I have setup forwarders in my BIND named.conf.options file. Like this: forwarders { 8.8.8.8; 8.8.4.4; }; And when I use the command:dig google.com everything works as expected. But the ...
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1answer
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LAN can connect with computer name but not with IP

I've got a small office network, about 20 machines, that all use Windows 7, and the problem described in the title. Computer TM (the troublemaker) wants to talk to Computer FS (a file server), but it ...
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2answers
663 views

Does each LAN need to have its own separate DNS server?

Does each LAN need to have its own separate DNS server? I am just trying to work this out to answer a practice exam, but I can't find the answer or a solution to it anywhere. Yes I may not have ...
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changed IP on one computer, other computers not picking up new address

I recently gave one of my desktop computers a static IP to resolve an IP address conflict. One of my laptops picks up the new address immediately, but two of my other computers are still getting the ...
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1answer
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clients computers can't resolve windows server's DNS name to join to domain

I have set up a Windows Server 2012 Standard edition at home for learning purposes with the IP 10.1.1.2/16. I also have an ADSL wireless router which connects everything together and works as the DHCP ...
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1answer
219 views

Multiple names for the same (local) computer

Long story short: I need a really easy way to assign multiple names for my local computer (Windows 7 Home edition), I've tried MaraDNS/Deadwood and AcrylicDNS which I've read they are the easiest to ...
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2answers
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DNS server using BIND9 for LAN [DEBIAN]

I am trying to configure LAN DNS server using BIND9 on DEBIAN. Context: network mask: 255.255.0.0, network IP: 10.1.xxx.xxx I own a public domain example.com, managed by external NS and my aim is to ...
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2answers
711 views

Subdomains on LAN?

I have a Ubuntu Server 12.10 with Apache acting as web server. I have to ping it in the way DEV01.local because DEV01 alone wouldn't resolve. I would like to have a subdomain, like ...
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1answer
322 views

How can I get IP Name Resolution working between XP boxes on LAN?

Before I added an Ooma phone to my home network, I could get to other machines on my network by typing "\dadscomputer\dadsfolder", for instance, if that folder was shared. Now, if I want to do the ...
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3answers
2k views

DNS resolution for Lan website

I have a website hosted on my LAN, and I want my users to go to myWebsite.com rather then my internal IP address. I have Windows Server 2012 running a domain and IIS for my website. I know I can add ...
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0answers
1k views

Setting Windows to resolve all hostnames via DNS when not connected to a Domain Controller?

The enviroment is a private network with a single router using DD-WRT's dnsmasq to resolve names and do caching. Resolving hosts via DNS works fine: dig +short @192.168.1.1 gamma 192.168.1.22 Now, ...
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1answer
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How can I set up a 'local' domain so that everyone on my local network can view a locally hosted site?

I want to set up MediaWiki on one of my home machines, and then have all requests made on the local network for 'wiki.home' or 'wiki.local' point to that box. I know that this can be done by editing ...
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1answer
140 views

What can I do to directly access any system without having to log in?

I have a issue that may be in local area connection or DNS on server. I have a local area network with one server and 5 systems. I have installed the DNS on server to manage the users. now issue is ...
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1answer
545 views

Why is my local Apache install slow on Windows 7 only with LAN enabled?

I have a local Wampserver on Windows 7. With the LAN connection disabled, it runs as fast as I would expect. WIth the LAN connection enabled, it waits 20-30 seconds before serving pages either locally ...
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4answers
2k views

Static IP in LAN with DNS name

I have a LAN at home sitting behind the router (Linksys WRT54G). The IP addresses assigned to the Linux boxes are 192.168.0.101 192.168.0.102 192.168.0.103 The Router is also connected to the ...
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2answers
1k views

how to access computers on dd-wrt LAN using hostnames, when connected to a university VPN?

So I have a dd-wrt router connected to my cable modem. Behind that router on my lan are computers with hostnames le1700, wind and t60p. On each machine, I am simply able to do a nslookup and it ...
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1answer
882 views

Router resolves LAN DNS names to WAN IPs

I have a router on a LAN with 4 computers. One computer is a server with a static IP; the others are dynamic IP. All 4 DNS names resolve to an IP that is outside my LAN (i.e. a 208.* address instad of ...
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4answers
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Host name resolution on a home network

I have several machines (both virtual and physical) in my internal network at home. Currently I have to connect via 1P addresses. The one main machine I connect with to all the other machines is ...
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7answers
643 views

LAN sites not opening on Vista

I am on campus LAN. The local LAN (intranet) sites are not opening on my vista system. The internet is working fine. I have a dual boot with fedora. So in fedora everything is working fine ( all sites ...