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DNS troubles: local web browsers are not showing our website after changes to DNS

Posted on 2004-10-13
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our DNS has been updated by a contractor

mycompany.co.uk is the domain

we also have a website mycompany.co.uk

our website is hosted externally and now I cant get to mycompany.co.uk from our lan, just get cant find server or dns error

any ideas what is wrong or what to try??
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I'm assuming you have an internal DNS server.  If so, it is now has the ultimate say for anything that ends in mycompany.co.uk.  Just because it doesn't know how to resolve it, it won't forward the DNS request because it believes itself to be the highest authority on that name space.

All you have to do is create an 'A' record on your dns server that points "www" to the external IP address of your website, and then www.mycompany.co.uk should work.
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yeah - figured it out 5 mins ago :)

no matter thanks for the quick response
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no prob.  Kudos!  always nice to figure stuff out on your own
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