Hi all, I have just set up Plesk 7.5.4 on my RHEL4 box, which is sitting behind a Cisco PIX506E firewall and Cisco Catalyst 2950 switch with NAT. I am now trying to set up a new domain, let's call it example.com. I have registered ns1.example.com (x.x.x.34) and ns2.example.com (x.x.x.35) as the nameserver domains. In Plesk, I manually added the public IP address x.x.x.39 and assign this IP to the new domain in order for Plesk to create the DNS entries in public IPs instead of private. This is an example of the DNS setup for this domain:Code: example.com. NS ns1.example.com. example.com. NS ns2.example.com. example.com. A x.x.x.39 webmail.example.com. A x.x.x.39 pop.example.com. A x.x.x.39 smtp.example.com. A x.x.x.39 ns1.example.com. A x.x.x.34 ns2.example.com. A x.x.x.35 ftp.example.com. CNAME example.com. www.example.com. CNAME example.com. example.com. MX (10) pop.example.com. x.x.x.39 / 24 PTR example.com. I also manually added A records for ns1.example.com and ns2.example.com as you can see above. With that all set up, I tried to surf to www.example.com, but was greet by the "Default PLESK page", instead of the placeholder page for example.com that I was expecting. Have I made some mistakes in the setup that I missed out? Is there any impact in adding public IPs into the mix of the private IPs in the Plesk interface?