Ken Herner wrote:
> Ok, I have added the nat, and now people can see my server(yea =D).
> Now...my next problem. I am attempting to get phpBB forums up and
> running. Now, in the forums I have to specify a domain name. When it
> is set to "localhost" I can see and access the forums. But, people
> can only load the index, and can't go any where else because they are
> pointed to localhost. If I set the domain name to my domain, IE, my
> alias/ip, then the forum works for evey one, but I can't access the
> forums because the web server is being NATed, and you can't access a
> NATed service from inside the lan.
> Anybody have any idea about this? Is it posible to make my server
> available to the internet with out having to NAT it?
> I am running Apache 2, and have the latest version of phpBB.
If you are using the m0n0wall DNS forwarder try this:
If you are using your own DNS/ISP's DNS you could but an entry in your
the hosts file that resolves your FQDN to the Private IP used on the
James W. McKeand