[Mailman-Users] Troubleshooting install: dealing with 10.0.0.n (local server address)
Dirk van Oosterbosch, IR labs
labs at ixopusada.com
Thu Oct 6 22:51:59 CEST 2005
I've hit a couple of problems, when trying to install Mailman on my
server. Let's start with the biggest stumbling block:
I cannot get the web interface to work from the local network where the
server is running.
I configured mailman with my subdomain host name, like this:
DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST = 'mysubdomain.ourdomain.com'
DEFAULT_URL_HOST = 'mysubdomain.ourdomain.com'
However when I want to access my server from my local network, I have
to go to http://10.0.0.n/ (where n is always the same static number),
because my router would not understand
http://mysubdomain.ourdomain.com. (The router forwards all the needed
ports to 10.0.0.n and the server knows it is mysubdomain.ourdomain.com
to the outside world). This delivers no problems with any of my
applications so far. Until now. http://10.0.0.n/mailman/admin returns a
page and also http://10.0.0.n/mailman/create shows the returns the
right page, but all the links on those pages refer to
mysubdomain.ourdomain.com instead of 10.0.0.n. Also the buttons
("submit changes" or "create list") post to mysubdomain.ourdomain.com,
which renders the web interface useless.
Is there anyway I can keep these default email and url hosts and still
have those web interface pages respond correctly browsing them through
Dirk van Oosterbosch
de Wittenstraat 225
1052 AT Amsterdam
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