I've set up a server at a colo location. The company has a really great deal price wise, but they don't have any Mac experience. They learned a lot helping me out, but I am concerned that I need to change my settings. By the way, the reason why these guys are so great is that for $29.95, you get a 1U rack space and 3 IP addresses. So I was able to fit my Mac Mini along with an external hard drive in a 1U rack. Anyhow, in the process of setting up, they deleted my Reverse Zone and set me up with their secondary server. I finally found out, after the server and www. appears to be working, I have an error when I did a sudo changeip -checkhostname I got a the colo companies host name as Current HostName and the following message: To fix the hostname please run /usr/sbin/changeip for your system with the appropriate directory with the following values /usr/sbin/changeip ##.###.##.## ##.###.##.## name.hostname.name.net www.mydomain.com I replaced numbers with # and letters with other text. After I went through some more Lynda.com tutorials, I realized that I could have set it up differently, using Networksolutions.com's advanced dns. I have a feeling that I need to start all over. Any advise.