[ale] dns for int and ext
Gary at EdisonInfo.com
Mon Jul 9 08:53:40 EDT 2001
Thanks, works like a charm. I didn't mention, I guess, that everything
works great from outside the network, (the internet), it's just the
internal workstations that I didn't know what to do with.
Wandered Inn wrote:
> Gary MacKay wrote:
> > I just got my DSL line up and running. Before I switch my domain to my
> > in-house servers, I need to resolve a DNS problem. How do I set DNS so
> > internal people can access the server (192.168.x.y) and the rest of the
> > world can access it by it's public IP address? I have setup my DNS
> > server to handle all external addressing. I added an entry for
> > smtp.domain.com with the 192. address and mail.domain.com with the
> > public address. That seems to work fine. The www.domain.com I can't
> > figure out. Do I need two dns servers running? Hope not.
> How many internal machines do you have? I've got < 10 so I just put the
> private ip for my web server in the individual host files for each
> I think you want to register your domain (domain.com) with the dns and
> then let your firewall handle the forwarding of www.domain.com and
> As for accessing your server via www.domain.com, I suspect that needs to
> be configured within your webserver (apache?).
> > - Gary
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