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    currently we host an extranet (from our PMS) off our web server for clients and want to be able to access the site internally using the external address clients use

    web.domain.com.au/login

    however our DNS isnt setup and i came seem to figure out how to configutre our DNS server to resolve the address interally

    it looks easy for a simple www.website.com.au

    but i cant seem to figure out how i configure a new zone to do this

    any help would be great!!!!

  • #2
    Re: resolve internally hosted web site via external address

    For the DNS side of things you just need to create a new zone called "web.domain.com.au" and then a new A record called www that points to the IP address. It really depends how your routing etc work though. You may not be able to reach that public IP from your inside network. Could you not give access to the DMZ IP maybe? (making a small assumption there).
    cheers
    Andy

    Please read this before you post:


    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

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    • #3
      Re: resolve internally hosted web site via external address

      i have created the new zone and created a new a record called

      www (www.web.domain.com.au)

      i wanna be able to access the site via the web url not via the public IP

      just not sure hwo this works and how to configure

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      • #4
        Re: resolve internally hosted web site via external address

        Is the server on your internal LAN???

        If it is change the DNS record to point to the internal interface of the server and not the external.

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