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Dear All,

Now I am setthing Ubuntu server for my intranet network and now I can access the web intranet when we stay on the same wifi network but I can access only the website by IP address. like http://192.168.101.250
so I want to set website name like http://website...... 

Do you have any idea about it? This one can work on windows by setting computer name

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1 minute ago, requinix said:

Have you set up DNS inside the network yet? Do that, and add a DNS entry for the site.

But on windows OS, I don't need to set up DNS la. Just install Xampp and access from other computer to the web computer by computer name

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7 hours ago, nitiphone2021 said:

But on windows OS, I don't need to set up DNS la. Just install Xampp and access from other computer to the web computer by computer name

Is that what you want to do? Access it through http://computername?

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Could what be on Linux?

Windows computers can find Windows computers via a method that is not DNS. I don't believe Linux supports that mechanism. So if you want Windows->Windows to work with http://computername then that should happen for you.
If either of them is Linux then you'll need either a hosts file entry (for each computer wanting to access it) or an intranet DNS server.

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