Hosting Beginner Guide:DNSmanager

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Log in to DNSmanager after the installation process has been completed:

https://<server IP address>:1500/dnsmgr

Login: root

Password: root password

You will be asked to accept the "Services User Agreement" to be able to proceed.

The following window will open

Select your time zone and click Ок

You will be redirected to the "Dashboard". Click "Panel administrator"

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You should perform these operations in all ISPsystem's panel, that's why you need to perform them in other articles as well. To create new users using one IP address, click "New reseller"

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A reseller provides shared name space for all his users. Alternatively, the reseller can create users and assign them a separate IP address and name space.

You will see the notifications reading "Insufficient data". Click "Accept".

The following form will open

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Select "Use IPv4" and click Ок

Again you will see "Insufficient data", click OK.

Choose "Use the local pool of IP addresses" and select the "Add existing IP addresses" check box

The "New reseller" window will open

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  • Username ns1
  • Password - click the button to have your password randomly generated by the system.
  • DNS name space -

Click "Ок"

Navigate to the "Resellers" module

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Choose our reseller ns1 and click "Enter"

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Click "DNS settings"

A new form will open

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  • Administrator Email -
  • Name servers -

Click "Ок"

Execute the following commands in the console

iptables -A IN_public_allow -p tcp -m tcp --dport 53 -m conntrack --ctstate NEW -j ACCEPT
iptables -A IN_public_allow -p udp -m udp --dport 53 -m conntrack --ctstate NEW -j ACCEPT
iptables-save > /etc/sysconfig/iptables-config

So that your servers will be accessible from the outside

You have successfully configured DNSmanager. Now, you can proceed to the IPmanager configuration.