Keywords: Apache Guacamole - Virtual Machines - Technical issue - Domain Name (DNS)
bnsupport ID: 6c7a9ba5-308f-533f-0cec-b5111a95a5db
I am trying to use the bncert-tool to configure certificates for Apache Guacamole.
This is running the VMWare virtual machine on my ESXi server, runs perfectly fine and is publicly accessible at remote.mydomain.co.uk.
When running the bncert-tool it asks for the domain (remote.mydomain.co.uk for example). prompts me if I want to also add www.remote.mydomain.co.uk - yes.
Then fails as it days the DNS entry does not match the current IP.
My problem here is that this server is in a school behind a large proxy farm hosted by our ISP. They have NAT'd a public IP address down to our internal IP address. This works perfectly fine.
Outbound however, as it goes out through a proxy farm, it does see a different public IP depending on which proxy server it has gone out of. Even if I do a "WhatsMyIP" on my office PC it changes the IP address every so often.
I need it to skip this check or something as it is publicly accessible using my DNS entry on my domain.
Is there any way of skipping this check, or telling it the public IP address that is accessible?