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how do I make my at&t direct the user to my site and set their DNS to the DNS server I made? Answered

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Awesome-aniac
Awesome-aniac

8 years ago

I think that you are confusing DNS with other stuff. All you need to do is (1) host the website, and (2) register the domain with a service such as Godaddy. Hosting makes the website only available by an IP address such as 172.324.223.343. Godaddy gives you a www.yourdomain.com address that links to your IP address.

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thelinuxnerd
thelinuxnerd

Answer 8 years ago

I mean like when you are at one of those hotels that charges for internet when you plug in the cable then launch a web browser the it redirects you to their page where you buy the service. I don't think i"m wrong with the DNS because i have a DNS server so I can have local domain names that route to my servers without using a commercial service that makes you do a whole bunch of bull before they let you do anything useful. At my school they have something that changes the default router DNS to one that has all their website blockers. all I want is something that makes the router give devices the DNS IP that I created.

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frollard
frollard

Answer 8 years ago

That's just an http redirect in the router. If an http request comes in, no matter what it redirects to your login/purchase server.

I searched for hotspot redirect script
and am reminded you should search for
'captive portal script'

http://www.dnsredirector.com/