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How to view Web site with same domain name as our network domain?

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Our Domain name on our network has the same name as our web site hosted at our ISP. Can not view our web site while workstations DNS is set to our Windows 2000 server. Forwarding is setup on the server to our ISP DNS. All other web sites are viewable but not ours. If I change the workstations to not not use out server as the DNS, we can view our site but not logon to the server.
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by:Debsyl99
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Hi
PAQ here should help:
http://www.Q_20908194.html

Deb :))
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Oops - messed the link up!

http://q_20908194.html/
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by:LucF
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Just being helpful, the link should be http:Q_20908194.html
To be short, create an alias called www in your dns pointing to the external ip adress.

*** please, don't accept this comment as an answer, Debsyl99 was right ***

LucF
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by:Debsyl99
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Thanks LucF  - am obviously in real donkey mode today!
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by:LucF
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:o)
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