Re: view function of Bind 9

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On Sun, 2007-04-01 at 23:42 +0800, edwardspl@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> Does your system as the following sample ?
> eg : 
> For Public IP ( from ISP ) : 
> IP range : ~ ( I want to use
> trasnfer to Server machine )

Your router needs to associate those last two addresses together.  Are
you using a configurable one?

Depending on your network, you might connect to with rules.  You might set that computer to use as its address, directly.  If you have a series of
public addresses that you can use, you *can* use them directly.

> subnet mask : ( I want to trasnfer to )

Don't know what you mean.

> Router IP : ( So, how to trasnfer to,
> due to via the Router machine first ! )

Can't understand that, either.  It's an incoherent mix of words.

How is your network physically set up?  Do you have a modem connected to
a router, connected to a network of computers?  Is the modem a
combination modem and router?  Is your router a "router" or a computer
working as one?  How are the other computers connected?

> For Private IP ( All of Server under LAN environment ) : 
> IP : ( I want to tranfer to ) 
> subnet mask : ( I want to tranfer to ) 
> Router IP : ( I want to tranfer to ) 
> For Client IP ( via NAT + DHCP of the Server ) : 
> Ip : ~

Don't know what you mean.  You want to set up a DHCP server to dole out
those addresses?  You want to enable NAT?

(This box runs FC6, my others run FC4 & FC5, in case that's
 important to the thread.)

Don't send private replies to my address, the mailbox is ignored.
I read messages from the public lists.

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