domain set up for my elastix

nasser

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Hi there,
I have successfully set up elastix in a dedicated server and has been running for over a month now smoothly.

Now I want to use a domain name or sub-domain instead of ip to access my elastix using browser.

Would you please advise the best way to do this with out affecting the smooth working of my exisitng config.

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rafael

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I think you would not have problems at all. I access my Elastix using private ip from the LAN and domain name from the wan.

Saludos,

Rafael
 

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Thanks Rafael,
Would you please advise on how to config the dns with out the simple control panel installed on my server. I access the server using SSH only.
 

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your elastix server is behind a router or something

please tell me about your hardware configurations

and network for help you better.
 

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Thank you for your help.
It is a dedicated server hosted in a hosting provider with a static ip assigned to it. And my domain name will be with Godaddy.com and after setting up the dns server on this server, I want to point the domain to the ip for elastix.
 

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If you can not access Elastix throw http or https and via ssh you should edit this file:

/etc/resolv.conf

And add the following lines:

nameserver xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
nameserver xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the ip of a dns server.

Now if you just want to access this server to get services such as SIP, then you do not need to setup dns on the server. Use goddaddy interface so that an specif domainname point your server. For my understanding that is all you need to do.

If you need to configure a dns server on Elastix, then you should install bind and google to learn how to configure it.

Saludos,

Rafael
 

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you need to open and point the port 443-80 to your server ip and acces at this way

https://yougodaddydomain.com

secure http so https

its all you need read it on elastix without tears
for how to install webmin it can be helpful for some other things.
 

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