|Aug 23, 2013, 09:22 PM||#1|
OSX Server Website
On my server I setup own cloud using a domain I own. Lets say I made it oc.example.com
I have my DNS for my subdomain forward to my home ip address. When I am not on my local network and type oc.example.com everything works. When I try to browse oc.example.com in my browser when I am on the same LAN as my server, nothing works. If I type the ip address of my server I get the default server app. Anyone know why I can't connect to my domain when I am on my local network, but works perfectly when I am remote?
|Aug 24, 2013, 10:44 AM||#2|
Anyways the quickest fix is to setup the OS X DNS server on your mac server and point oc.example.com to your mac server local ip address. Make sure all of your local computers are set to use it for dns.
|Aug 24, 2013, 07:34 PM||#3|
I set my OSX Server to have dns enabled. Under forwarding servers I put opendns.
Then under host names I put my oc.example.com with the local 192 adress of the web server.
Finally on my computer I put my server as my main dns, open dns as backup.
Boom everything works now.
Thanks for steering me in to the correct logic of what was going on.
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