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Cisco 5505 ASA - Can not reach website on DMZ from Inside Network using ?www.domain.com", do not have a dns server, tried following cisco config guide but it's not working

Posted on 2008-10-30
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I can not access my website using domain name or external ip from my inside network to the dmz.  I do not have a dns server. I can access it externally from home and other locations.
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Try adding this command
static (dmz,inside) tcp <outside interface ip> www 192.168.1.2 www netmask 255.255.255.255
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by:Josh R
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That didn't work, I had to take out another static to get it to take, clear xlate between commands also.
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by:Josh R
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I have a case opened with Cisco, they said it could be done in the book so I'll see what they say if no one else has any ideas.
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Looks like I'm going to try the forwarding in DNS, snap in wasn't loaded but I over looked where to turn it on. Cisco basically said I would need a second public ip, if it was a regular website I could just use the ip address and that would be fine but it's something another company came up with and it's a pain to work with.
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