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From Robert Zagarello <bz...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Can this be Done?
Date Thu, 05 May 2005 11:50:33 GMT

NetSuporte,

I use a D-Link DI-624 that doesn't complain.  Who
wants to charge you?  I did not use DynDNS's
subscription $$$, only their free service.  It means
you have to use one of their domain names.

I'd like to know the Linksys model you are using so I
can tell people to avoid it !  Thanks.  BZAG
=================================

--- NetSuporte <netsuporte@superig.com.br> wrote:

> Thanks Robert
> 
> Right off I ran into a snag my Lynksys router
> insists I use TZO.COM
> and they charge a fee after 30 days.
> 
> That really sucks as I discovered this after signing
> on with DYNDNS.ORG
> Where they assigned me a domain of homelinux.com 
> A redirected host name of quecaixa.webhop.net with
> the redirected URL of 
> www.quecaixa.com.br:8222
> cloaked - yes
> cloak = www.quecaixa.com.br
> 
> Not sure what the cloaked stuff is about exactly but
> with or with out I 
> still
> cannot get to my server outside my own net.
> 
> So I will try to enable DMZ and see if it helps.
> 
> Philip
> 
> Robert Zagarello wrote:
> 
> >Here are some guidelines for running a private web
> >server on your home network for internet
> >accessibility.  I think I've included everything. 
> >This is actually what I am using myself (am running
> >NetBSD) and it is working:
> >
> >1. Use Dynamic DNS and a 3rd party DDNS service
> >provider like dyndns.org.  There should be an entry
> >for DDNS in your home cable/DSL router for this. 
> You
> >don't need an internet registered domain and DNS
> >address - the DDNS service will do it.  You don't
> need
> >a static IP address from your ISP for your router.
> >
> >2. Install and run the SSH daemon for remote admin
> to
> >your web server.
> >
> >3. On remote Windows PCs use PuTTY and PuTTY's
> command
> >line utilities for up/downloading files from your
> web
> >server.
> >
> >4.  On your cable/DSL home router put an entry for
> the
> >remote IP addresses in your firewall, specifying
> the
> >host and SSH ports, and route them to your web
> server.
> >
> >5.  Put an entry in your router's firewall for the
> >router itself, as in the previous step, to test
> >internet accessibility from your home network.  If
> you
> >put an entry for your web server's host name in a
> home
> >network PC's hosts file, you will access the web
> >server without going out to the internet.  If you
> use
> >the web server's FQDN (full host plus domain name,
> >fully qualified domain name), your home PC will
> >actually request name translation from your ISP's
> DNS,
> >which is your router, and then direct your request
> to
> >your router's WAN side port, effectively testing
> for
> >internet accessibility.
> >
> >6. In your web server's host file put your DDNS
> >address and FQDN (full host plus domain name, fully
> >qualified domain name) you got from your DDNS
> service
> >provider.  Don't put in the web server's private
> LAN
> >address.  Note the IP address may change because
> you
> >are using DDNS - but it doesn't change that
> frequently
> >- so you may want to run a script that checks it
> >daily.
> >
> >7.  You may want to put a simple non-dotted
> >up-to-15-character name for your ISP's DNS to test
> >name resolution from your web server when you have
> >problems using nslookup for example (you have to
> >specify the server using nslookup because the web
> >server is on your home network).
> >
> >8.  You can also put a simple non-dotted
> >up-to-15-character name (say, just the host name
> only
> >of the FQDN) for the web server in your home PC's
> >hosts file to permit local testing of your web
> server.
> >
> >9.  In rc.conf (I am running NetBSD) on the web
> >server,   put in the DDNS FQDN as the hostname and
> >similarly its domain part for the domainname.
> >
> >There are entries above for the IP address that are
> >made manually so these have to be checked
> periodically
> >if changed by your broadband ISP.  (This does not
> >include the DDNS entry in the router which will
> update
> >your DDNS service entry automatically).
> >
> >BZAG
> >=======================================
> >
> >
> >
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