i am having a problem with my DNS and dont know how to resolve it… i have a webserver that has an external IP address. Internal users access the same webserver as well.
the problem comes up when internal users try to access the webpage. the internal clients go to http://www.mywebpage.com and the session is opened to the external IP thru the firewall…
i know the fix is to add i DNS entry for the page, but im confused… the page is called http://www.mywebpage.com and the internal DNS sends it of and its resolved by buydomains.com and is routed to the external, NATed address.
what i would like is when an internal user goes to http://www.mywebpage.com they are re-routed to http://www.myFLwebpage.com (which is how the page can be viewed internally without being NATed) and the external users will still access the buydomains.com record for the external comming in…
i dont have an ISA server, and i dont have a split domain either…
what would be your suggestions to fix this.. im at a loss.
thanks, James Haynes
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