SBS 2003 DNS SUBDOMAIN SSL MULTIPLE IP ROUTING PROBLEM
Posted on 2006-06-09
I am using using SBS 2003 and I created a subdomain sd.domain.com that is an SSL website all on the same server. Since you can only have one SSL per IP I created a second ip address (192.168.1.9, the server is 192.168.1.10) on the same nic card. Externally everything works fine. If someone on the internet types https://sd.domain.com then it goes to it. If I type that same address INternally it fails. I need to configure something in DNS as I don't want to change internal pc users host file to point to it. I also notice that when I type the ip address in directly for the sd.domain.com site (192.168.1.9) the site for 192.168.1.10 comes up. I have tried putting in an Host(A) record for sd that points to 192.168.1.9 but that doesn't work.
Just to be clear I want my internal user to be able to type http://sd.domain.com and have it go to that site. I also want to be able to type 192.168.1.9 and have it go to that site.