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Can't view the company web site internally anymore

Posted on 2005-04-09
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Hello all-Thanks in advance;
I have the web site hosted by cedant and I put in the DNS table the www line with the IP address of the web site and it work- great.

I created this problem myself when I install a second server and went and moved the exchange server to the new server while in the process of getting OWA working and configing the ISA server I messed up the web site viewing on LAN

The LAN configuration is as follows:

SERVER1-Win2k, SP4 which is domain controller, DNS & DHCP and has the file shares, print server and some dbase programs

SERVER2- Win2K; SP4; Exchange2k SP3 I configured the CA on this server, but I beleive in the process I messed up the ISA server1

When on the Lan I type the domain name www.domainsite.com and I get the error message page under construction. So my question is to be able again to see the domain web site again internally.

Thanks,
Mike
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by:IvanVillamizar
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Sounds like you are using the same namespace (domain) both internally and in the public Internet, and you have Internal DNS servers that are authoritative for the zone.  

Create a record for www.domainsite.com in your internal DNS server but with the ipaddress of your hosted server (the public address). That should do it.
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by:Maguilar64
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I have always had a www line in the DNS and it points to the hosted web site ip, It used to work before I messed up the isa server trying to configure OWA, I can have ISA servers running one on each server? server 2 support the OWA for exchange so what does server 1 needed for.

The reason I ask is because I'm removing the old exchange off server server next weekend which I believe I don't need ISA running on server1 anymore which leads me to think that DNS will handle the request correctly for externall web site?

I'm correct on this assumtion? right

Mike
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by:Maguilar64
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I fixed it.

 I pointed the ISA default web sit on server 1 (it self) to the DNS server then reboot the server now the externall web sie is viewable.

Thanks for your time.

Mike

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