We are using Cisco 1841 router. Our requirement is to configure "A" record in the router i.e. we wanted this router to act as a Primary DNS server.
I can bit explain the scenario.
We have connected Internet Lease line ILL to this router with a static ip assigned to it. We have a domain name registered say e.g. www.xyz.com at www.namecheap.com. We wanted to host the web server inside our office network for our website. We did the necessary changes at www.namecheap.com to the domain www.xyz.com pointing it to our static ip. But we are not able to ping or browse the domain www.xyz.com and we contacted www.namecheap.com technical support and they informed us that we need to create a "A" record where ever the web server is hosted.
Now we are facing another problem in reaching our web server. I will explain it below.
1. When i type the domain name in the browser we are getting a authentication popup asking for username & password, the popup says "a username and password are being requested by says level_15_access ..."
Is there any possibility of having both running in parallel?
Which means I can provide different port (say 81) for my website and leave the default port (i.e. 80) for SDM? In this case i need to route all my website traffic to port 81. Is it possible to do that?
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