dns server on cable
Posted on 2000-04-13
I need help in setting up a dns server for my home. I own the domain name turnedon.com and I want my home computer to serve web pages under that name.
I have a linux computer as a masquerading computer for my home network which is using 192.168 ip numbers. I have a cable connection to the internet which is a real ip number 24.5...
My first question: Is this possible?
when I set up my computer I use almda1.sfba.home.com for my domain name, is it possible to change that to turnedon.com and have everything work normal?
Then do I have to set up the linux computer to become a dns server? I have already set it up as a caching dns server, but I have to change my dns server which is registered to the internic right?