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Old 17 August 2005, 15:08   #29
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and assigned NAT virtual server/DMZ to the same IP
Do *not* do this unless you want to run a web server on your Amiga. These options expose your Amiga to the internet. Although amigaOS/Miami don't have as much security issues as Windows, a few are still there and they won't be closed because nobody is working on these programs any more.

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Your IP address cannot be resolved so Miami has to fall back to you IP address as your host name...
Enter a host name on Miami's TCP/IP page.

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"Host lookup failed, no DNS entry found"
Enter the IP addresses of you DNS severs to Miami's Database

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"Network is unreachable".
Check that Miami is online. Check with MiamiPing if there is a connection to the router and to the DNS addresses.
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