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Guide to installing Cpanel using Home NAT setup

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by chrisjako, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. chrisjako

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    Hi Guys, I'm wanting to save costs on hosting with 12 sites I am running for myself and close friends business's

    I have a 100mb connection at home with 10mb upload so figured it would be best to try give it a shot at hosting it on a spare intel i7 with 16gb RAM computer i have a home. I've managed to install centos with cpanel but dont know what i should be entering in the configuration as the guide is for a setup in a datacenter.

    My question is what configuration data do i need in order to accomplish my WHM and Cpanel setup at home? I appreciated it is not an official supported setup using NAT but have also read that many people are using this current method too, has anyone produced a guide or can steer me in the direction of what details about my setup i will need in order to?

    I have got a static IP from my ISP (Virgin Media, UK) but am a bit of a noob when it comes to where I should be entering this data when i'm trying to use a NAT setup
     
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  3. chrisjako

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    thanks, after pointing DMZ to my server that did the trick with the 3 redirects - all working sweet now :)
     
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