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The scenario: You've got a computer you want to use as a web server for your own personal stuff... And it works from the outside when you use ...
A NAT (or Network Address Translator) is a chunk of software that turns one network of IP addresses (say, 192.168.0.0/24) into a single IP address (say, 22.214.171.124) so ...
you can safely ignore this if you are already running Ubuntu or Debian. CentOS and friends, please consult your documentation on how to install Dnsmasq I'm going to ...
Installing the base Debian system is pretty easy. Some notes however to make sure you dont loose your way: - The debian Network Installation disc will by default ...
Dnsmasq is our DNS server and possibly DHCP server. Installing is fairly simple: apt-get install dnsmasq This will download and install dnsmasq onto the box, then get it ...
The first thing you're going to want to do is actually disable your router's DHCP server -- Check the documentation on how to do that. su to root ...
Dnsmasq by default will read the file /etc/hosts and /etc/resolv.conf first before it asks upstream DNS servers. Here's an example resolv.conf: -8<- nameserver 126.96.36.199 -8<- And here's an ...
Tweak your dnsmasq file until you like it. Over time, DNS entries will come faster, as dnsmasq will cache the results. Dnsmasq runs anywhere and uses very little ...
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