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Seeing wrong website after transfering servers.

Posted on 2006-11-23
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We have a website hosted on our own server... we just recently moved it to a different server also onsite... We did all the DNS changes and everyone outside of our network is seeing the right website, but everyone internally is not.

The webservers are on different Virtual Network than our domain. Please help me figure this out!
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by:Jay_Jay70
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have you changed the internal records?
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by:mmanaigre
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no, how would I go about?
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Keith Alabaster earned 250 total points
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On a DC, open the dns server manager (start - programs - administrative tools - dns manager)
Have a look in the forward zone associated with your local domain for the server name that is being called  e.g. Intranet and check the IP associated with it. Is it correct? Is it even there?

Have you got hosts files on your machines that have the name with the original IP address? (C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts)

Do you use the same external DNS name as you do internally yourdomain.com  for example?
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by:Jay_Jay70
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beaten!
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by:Keith Alabaster
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lol, :)
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