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By sxhuli ·
I need to make a lease line connection and i have bought cisco 1600 for this solution. How can i configure my ISPs'server that my coustomer to work properly. My server is NT server and the coustomer has his domain registered in internic can i put his domain to my server? Please help mi in this solution becouse is the first time for me that i need to make it.

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by jmcunningham In reply to lease line connection

OK, first thing you would want to do is make sure that his Domain is registered to your IP address. This way all requests to his site will be routed to your server. You would also want to configure your server to use DNS. If his Domain is not registered to your IP address, it would be better to have him contact Network Solutions to have this done.

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by sxhuli In reply to lease line connection

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by TheGENERAL In reply to lease line connection

I'm stabbing here but, I'm sure your ISP will need to update their DNS tables to let the world know ther are there. Then there will have to be a trust relationship between your server and your customers.

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