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accepted UCC SSL certificate across multiple machines and IPs
Jun
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Jun
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comment UCC SSL certificate across multiple machines and IPs
Hummm, ok. I'll look at GoDaddy terms. Thanks!!
Jun
19
comment UCC SSL certificate across multiple machines and IPs
How so? Why could it be considered a violation of the terms of service? Because of the domains being unrelated?
Jun
19
asked UCC SSL certificate across multiple machines and IPs
Nov
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asked Ubuntu 12.1 Desktop and network cards bonding correct configuration
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comment Server Names Inside Private Network
A bit of followup on this: I successfully installed dnsmasq BUT I had a bit of trouble for correctly setting up names without dots ('.') on them, like 'server1'. dnsmasq was always redirecting the request for the next dns server... The solution is detailed on the FAQ: thekelleys.org.uk/dnsmasq/docs/FAQ ("Names on the internet are working fine, but looking up local names from /etc/hosts or DHCP doesn't seem to work.")
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Jun
24
accepted Server Names Inside Private Network
Jun
24
comment Server Names Inside Private Network
I have no access to the router. I just have an "IP range" which I can use as I want. I just put a server with the (private) IP that receives the forwarded requests from the public IP. So, shouldn't I be doing that on this server, and change everyone's default gateway to that same server? Transforming it on the office "router"?
Jun
24
comment Server Names Inside Private Network
What about the other alternative suggested here? The NAT thing...?
Jun
24
comment Server Names Inside Private Network
I went search in google for dnsmasq. It really seams simple. And everyone here speaks about setting up a DNS server... But no one explains the other alternative (configuring NAT) and which is most appropriate in this context. I'd like to have a clear explanation about these two options before accepting yours (which seems the best for setting up a DNS server).
Jun
24
comment Server Names Inside Private Network
I'm not using Linux. It's my bad for not including the OS on the question. I'm sorry for that, I just edited the question to encompass that information.
Jun
24
comment Server Names Inside Private Network
I'm running only Linux systems for the server parts. The user desktops are both Windows and Linux. I have no Active Directory.
Jun
24
revised Server Names Inside Private Network
Explain the operating systems envolved on the network infrastructure
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revised Server Names Inside Private Network
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Jun
24
comment Server Names Inside Private Network
I reckon this is same as Grant's answer! Mostly I need examples. How to accomplish the "NAT" part? I would need to make users overwrite their "default gateway"? That server is in reality a VM with 16GB of RAM, and 4 cores --> would NAT represent a CPU load?
Jun
24
comment Server Names Inside Private Network
I can't install it on the "default-dns-server". The DHCP server from the office, belongs to the entire building, and gives information for computers to connect to the ISP's dns server. I would need to tell users to overwrite their default dns servers.