hmm.. that's interesting. nobody has any idea about this.
i still can't get my websites to work but locally..
below i wrote my settings:
ok.. so... using ISPConfig with a router i have made those settings:
the server's ip is 192.168.1.30
the router (getway) is 192.168.1.1
the modem's ip (from ISP) is 24.211.xxx.xxx
under ISPConfig - Server - Settings i have the server's ip address (192.168.1.30) ; and under DNS i have provided the Default NS1 with www.myserver1.com
and Default NS2 with www.myserver2.com
now.. i bought a domain.. let's say.. www.website1.com
and on their website , i made it to point towards my modem's ip (24.211.xxx.xxx)
on my router, i forwarded port 80 towards my server's ip (192.168.1.30) ( this ip is within the range of router's DHCP)
then.. creating a new website with ISPConfig, called www.website1.com
, i have choosen it's ip , the same with the server's ip.
then.. under DNS Manager:
"Domain section:" the website's Domain(SOA) is website1.com and IP Address is the address of my modem (the one i had specified when i bought the domain)
"Options section" Nameserver1 is the primary name server from the website i bought the domain .. and Nameserver2 is the 2nd one from that website.
do those settings seem oke ?? i really need help with this.
and just for the curiosity.. on fedora 6 .. when i go to System - Administration - Network .. the eth0 DNSes .. are the DMSes provided from my ISP (the ones that show up on the routher) .
is this correct??
PLEASE PLEASE help me