We have a Windows 2003 domain. Users cannot access our external website because the wrong IP is showing up when I do an NSLookup.
So we changed the A record to the new website and all external users can access it just fine. But when we try to access it internally, we cant connect to it. Our internal domain name is the same as the www site name, example domain name is ACMEInc.com and we cannot access www.ACMEinc.com
. When I do an NSLookup, we get a old stale external IP that hasnt been used for years. I went into the DNS server/Forward LookupZones/corp.ACMEinc.c
om and created an A record, which shows up as a record named "www". It brings up the right IP now when I do an NSLookup, but I noticed that the FQDN is now showing as www.ACMEinc.com.corp.ACME.com
. So we still cannot access the website.
It seems like this should be something easy to setup, but I am lost. Simply wanting to go to www.ACMEinc.com
is not working. Please help.