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PLESK 8.4 Behind Nat

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by padani, Jun 4, 2008.

  1. padani

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    Hello All ,

    Can any body tell me how plesk 8.4 can set up a Shared hosting set up With SSL for domains.
    I have already read http://kb.odin.com/en/1984 .
    But there are problems at large Can any one share some thoughts or Links
     
  2. wsani

    wsani Silver Pleskian

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    Make sure that you setup 1-to-1 NAT, meaning Public -> Internal IP address. We're running everything on NAT, which works pretty well.

    Are there any specifics you're looking to get answered?
     
  3. padani

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    Thanks

    Thank you very much for the information .

    I Would like to know how will the ssl certificates will behave in that case.
     
  4. padani

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    Another question is also there.Modern bill is now configured to work with plesk .But the packages are not beeing created on the plesk from Moderbill .The NAT has any thing to do with this ?
     
  5. shoggy24

    shoggy24 Regular Pleskian

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    your ssl should work just fine behind NAt as long as the hostname on ssl is the same as the domain plesk is installed.

    Regarding modernbill, you may have to download the module in order to install it in plesk. most likely from modenbill site or search parallels download section since they now own modernbill
     
  6. wsani

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    Again, if you setup 1-to-1 NAT, your firewall's translation table will handle pretty much everything.

    If you specify an IP address in ModernBill, then you need to use the internal IP address. I'd recommend that you rely on DNS and hostnames as much as possible to avoid having to specify IP addresses.
     
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