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Nameservers

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by Computer-Geek, Apr 13, 2006.

  1. Computer-Geek

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    Hi,
    I am having trouble setting up my own nameservers. One reason is because my ISP blockes port 80. Is there anyway to change the ports for the Plesk Severs? Also how would I set a nameserver to a sub domain created with 1&1?
    Thank you for your help!
     
  2. Computer-Geek

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    Anyone? Help would really be nice :)
     
  3. JackL

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    1.You can change port directly in IIS, but clients have to navigate to http://yoursite.com:81 (or someport)
    (Isn't it good to change ISP)


    John S.G.

    P.S. Second question is not clear
     
  4. Computer-Geek

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    It won't let me change it. It won't start the web server after change the port. It will only start after I change the port back. It gives me a "The procces cannot access the file because it is being used by another process" error if I change the port and try to start the server.

    I fixed the nameserver part and the part about 1&1.
     
  5. drkramer

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    Are you trying to run a server on a network that prohibits running servers?
     
  6. Computer-Geek

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    Nope. I am the network Administrator. I got rid of the error. I don't know how though. Does anyone know of a script that would add a client and subdomain from a webpage? I am trying to make one myself.
     
  7. Skeeter

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