unlnvlslble Posted November 2, 2010 Share Posted November 2, 2010 After watching the episodes about DNS, I decided to go head on and move my web server to my house and setup a record on zone edit and have everything point to my house rather than to a hosting provider. That way I can control everything and save a boatload of money. The only problem I'm having is that I can't access my site from the house anymore. I'm not 100% sure how to word the question so if I sound like I'm not making sense feel free to let me know. My web server is at 192.168.1.123. I have my router configured to forward port 80 to that IP and it works just fine outside my network. When I'm at home and I type in www.mysite.com it goes to the website but not everything is linked properly. If I click one of the links on the page it redirects me like its going to my router rather than to the web server. What I think is happening is that when I go to www.mysite.com it is going from my pc to my router, out to the name servers, gets pointed back to my router and me being on the same network, I get pointed to port 80 on the router rather than getting sent through NAT to the server. Am I making sense? If so how would I fix this? If it helps I'm running wordpress on a LAMP configured Ubuntu 10.10 server behind an asus router running dd-wrt. Thanks for any help! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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