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IPv6 only LAN with NAT64 router for Internet

I want to disable IPv4 on my LAN and run only IPv6. I will use a NAT64 Juniper firewall to provide Internet access since I only have IPv4 Internet. Will this break applications? Will I be able to ...
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Modem not assigning DNS

I have a ZyXEL P-870H-51A V2 VDSL2 modem. Currently, the modem connects to the internet, but computers require to use a static DNS in order to use it, otherwise they fail to reach a DNS lookup. ...
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1answer
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Computer only accesses the internet when using a static DNS ip

My setup is wall-> Zyxel p-870h-51a VDSL2 modem -> DD-WRT router. The issue is that the modem has connected to the internet, but the computer is unable to. This is resolved if on the individual ...
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Use single static IP for multiple machines

I currently have a DSL modem at home that has a static IP (say 77.77.77.77). This modem is connected to a wireless router which has a few machines connected to it. For sake of simplicity, from now ...
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How to configure AirPort Extreme as the DHCP/DNS/NAT server where DSL modem/router does them?

I have an AirPort Extreme BS and a modem/router (ISP's NetMaster). I want to host my own websites from my Mac Mini with OS X Server. At the moment, ISP's router is the DHCP/DNS/NAT server, and AirPort ...
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767 views

How to use DNS server behind NAT router

I have a local DNS server that I want to use, but it's behind a NAT router. For all other servers that are behind that router, I simply have an appropriate forwarding rule enabled in the router. ...
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2answers
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How do I put a computer outside of a NAT, giving it a separate IP address?

I have two servers running behind my D-Link DIR-655 NAT router. Obviously, I cannot allow outside access to both of them simultaneously without putting them on different external ports, which I don't ...
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Subdomains for server behind NAT

I have server (ip: 192.168.1.2, openSUSE 12.2, Apache 2) behind router (ip: 192.168.1.1, TomatoUSB Toastman Build). I'm using FreeDNS (afraid.org) and I assigned subdomain (say x.afraid.org) to ...
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How will home networks work in the IPv6 world?

Right now, I have a home network setup behind a Netgear router. That router has a public IP address I get from Comcast. I also have a computer setup on my home network running Linux that runs a DHCP ...
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1answer
90 views

How can I view different internally hosted websites, set up as virtual hosts?

I have an old machine that I've converted into a web server. I'm wondering what the best way to make the websites viewable on the internal network, without using a proxy. I experimented with BIND, ...
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998 views

Redirect subdomain to internal IP

I have a Fortigate 80C at home and have a number of servers hosted: mail, git, web, RDP, voip etc. Now I want these subdomains to redirect to certain internal IPs: mail.domain.com > 192.168.0.200 ...