Unable to Access Internet Domain Name from Domain after setting DN


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Guest

Hi Eveyone I hope you can help me resolve this small issue.
I have a Win2k server with DNS installed and an Internet Domain name
Network domain is now miravesta.com
Internet Donain is miravesta.com
As I was setting up the DNS the Wizard said that it was ok to used an
already own Domain name so I did. Now I can not access the miravesta.com from
the internet while i'm logged on to the network domain. any help on how I can
resolve this issue. Please help
 
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Herb Martin

Nino said:
Hi Eveyone I hope you can help me resolve this small issue.
I have a Win2k server with DNS installed and an Internet Domain name
Network domain is now miravesta.com
Internet Donain is miravesta.com
As I was setting up the DNS the Wizard said that it was ok to used an
already own Domain name so I did. Now I can not access the miravesta.com
from
the internet while i'm logged on to the network domain. any help on how I
can
resolve this issue. Please help

You have to add ALL of the PUBLIC side records to the INTERNAL
DNS Server manually.

It's called "Shadow DNS".

An external version of the zone on public DNS servers, and an internal
version of the zone on your internal servers.
 
G

Guest

Can you please guide to where I can find help on how to do this. Thanks in
advanced
 
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Herb Martin

Nino said:
Can you please guide to where I can find help on how to do this. Thanks in
advanced

What specifically do you not understand?

Make a zone externally (you probably have that already)
Make the SAME NAME zone internally
The Internal version needs to be DYNAMIC for AD
Add internal records to internal version ONLY

Add all external records to BOTH version -- manually
You probably have records in the external zone now, so add these
to the internal version of the zone
Maintain all changes to the external version in both places manually
 

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