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Alternative IP addresses for linux?

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My CentOS-7 home server has a static IP address.

Is there a simple way of organizing the hpptd server so that it is accessible through this address at a remote host, but is accessed at its 192.168 address by a laptop on the WiFi LAN?

posted Feb 16, 2016 by anonymous

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Is the static IP address that you mention public or private?

You could use Limit statements in apache or iptables firewalling to do  this.

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Are you also running your own DNS at home? is this httpd server 'dual homed' and have a NIC on both the internet side and your local LAN ?

You could run split DNS, so on your LAN, is 192.168.x.x while on the internet, is the actual IP address.

answer Feb 16, 2016 by Gurminder
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