I have a RB433AH router. My network has fix IP (from ISP)
A make a sub-domain (fe. sub.mydomain.com) in my domain provider... It works fine I tried from tracert (from outside my network)
The domain is alive (tracert above):
Tracing route to sub.mydomain.com [ip myaddress]
1 38 ms * 1 ms router.lan [192.168.11.1]
2 * 115 ms 6 ms compalhub.home [192.168.0.1]
3 30 ms * * catv-x.catv.broadband.hu [x]
4 14 ms 20 ms 23 ms catv-x.catv.broadband.hu [x]
5 33 ms 17 ms 15 ms hu-bud04a-rc1-ae35-2013.aorta.net [x]
6 20 ms 22 ms 23 ms hu-bud06a-ri1-ae15-0.aorta.net [184.108.40.206]
7 20 ms 23 ms 20 ms bix.giganet.hu [220.127.116.11]
8 21 ms 29 ms 24 ms 178-248-204-x.giganetx.hu [178.248.204.x]
9 23 ms 24 ms 45 ms r.dogunetx.hu [178.x.x.x]
10 27 ms 33 ms 29 ms x-x-y-y.racom.hu [x.x.y.y] <- This is my own fix IP address....
I would like to use it for a web server...
I made static DNS in mikrotik /IP DNS (sub.mydomain.com)...
1. From Inside in my local network: The web server is answering, works fine.
2. When I add 80 port forward in NAT (in mikrotik) works fine from outside my local network.
Could I use one IP address to two (or more) domain?
How could I delegate to sub.domain.com to world wide? Could I use this infrastructure, anyway?
The microtik OS suitable to delegate Domain Names to outside?
In this case, What is "Allow remote Requests" in DNS settings?
Thanks for your answer!