Small DNS issue (named my domain name an incorrect way?)

Posted on 2004-11-26
Last Modified: 2010-04-14
Simple problem. My domain name is  Everything works great.

Problem is, there is a real website called
I fired up a sniffer and then typed into my webbrowser. My DNS server is resolving "" as me.  

How can I configure my DNS, so my clients go to the website, and not point at myself?  Was I incorrect in naming my domain name, the same name as a website?

thanks in advance
Question by:dissolved
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    I read the following link and it's a little cryptic, but I think it's a start:
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    Looks like I have to add an A record for the external site.
    thanks again cfairley

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