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thanks for your reply.
thanks for the reply. Will read that.
thanks for reply – but where do I select the interface?
sorry to be thick here.
I have DNS and Web server on private internal network. I am using virtual server settings.
My connection uses PP0E with static ips. I’ve tried not using virtual server and using but the result is the same.
BTW: my definition of NAT loopback was lame. Loopback is a term for using public ip or name of my domain internally on my private lan and having it resolve to internal lan. So, while I am inside the lan, I can see how my site looks externally.
thanks for your replies
I want to see my dns and web server from inside my lan as if I was external. They call thatloopback.
This part is a bit confusing. Is your DNS going out thru ZS or does it have it’s own internet connection.
My DNS is going out thru ZS.
You say to use my DNS for resolution.
So, if I am understanding you, DNS ip: 192.168.0.10
ZS ip for gtw: 67.xx.xx.xx ?
ZS should forward it’s requests to your DNS and/or ISP-s
Meaning to the internal ip of DNS server?
Yes NAT is set.
thanks for your reply. all info helps 🙂
teazeroshell: thanks for the reply. I have tried everything except iperf which I will try later today.
I have zeroshell deployed at 10 sites and have never seen this issue. However, with just one notebook (linux) and switch connected to router, I am having these performance issues.
again thanks for your suggestions
thanks! Your the man!
really appreciate the help
thanks thund3rman for the reply. Just one thing 😳 , I don’t know what PAT is or where in zeroshell you configure it.
Could you point me to it?
thanks alot for your help.
I am trying to do the same thing. I have dsl and static ips. I want to be able to reach my webserver with its domain name from within my lan.
I am not sure if I followed this topic correctly, but has this been solved?
Do I need to implement Borage’s solution?
Any help would be very appreciated.
thanks – really appreciate the pointer.
thanks. I missed that. Must be new for 1.7 or 1.6. I just upgraded and still trying to get up to speed.
So, this will retain new image upon reboot?
fulvio: thanks for the reply. Saved me alot of time.
thanks for the reply. I haven’t tried to flash anything yet. I have a linksys WRT300N. I was wondering if one could flash it and run zeroshell on the ap.
I am willing to try, but have never done this before. I saw a post on net about WRGT ap and how to. Maybe I will just try to follow those steps.
But even anyone has done this before and could save me grief by saying yes or no it can be done, would be very appreciated.
again thanks for the reply