DNS Resolution


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SD

My comapany's registered Domin name is [mycomany.com]. Our Internal AD
environment is [mycompay.local]. I have a Domain Environment
[dmzwebsite.local] setup in my DMZ that hosts a published web site
[mysite.mycompany.com].

Currently when my users [Internally] access mysite.mycompany.com the name is
resolved to the External IP address through our ISP's dns etc..

Is there anything I can set up internally so when they try to access
mysite.mycomany.com the name is resolved Internally to the Internal DMZ IP
as opposed to the External IP?

Thanks -sean
 
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Kevin D. Goodknecht Sr. [MVP]

SD said:
My comapany's registered Domin name is [mycomany.com]. Our Internal
AD environment is [mycompay.local]. I have a Domain Environment
[dmzwebsite.local] setup in my DMZ that hosts a published web site
[mysite.mycompany.com].

Currently when my users [Internally] access mysite.mycompany.com the
name is resolved to the External IP address through our ISP's dns
etc..

Is there anything I can set up internally so when they try to access
mysite.mycomany.com the name is resolved Internally to the Internal
DMZ IP as opposed to the External IP?

Thanks -sean

In your internal DNS server create a new zone named "mysite.mycompany.com"
(Without the quotes), in that zone create a host record, leave the name
field blank, give it the address of the server hosting the site.
 
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S

SD

That seems to have done the trick. Thank you.

Kevin D. Goodknecht Sr. said:
SD said:
My comapany's registered Domin name is [mycomany.com]. Our Internal
AD environment is [mycompay.local]. I have a Domain Environment
[dmzwebsite.local] setup in my DMZ that hosts a published web site
[mysite.mycompany.com].

Currently when my users [Internally] access mysite.mycompany.com the
name is resolved to the External IP address through our ISP's dns
etc..

Is there anything I can set up internally so when they try to access
mysite.mycomany.com the name is resolved Internally to the Internal
DMZ IP as opposed to the External IP?

Thanks -sean

In your internal DNS server create a new zone named "mysite.mycompany.com"
(Without the quotes), in that zone create a host record, leave the name
field blank, give it the address of the server hosting the site.
 

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