I have a mid size network with 100+ users and have a question about DNS. DNS is forwarded to our ISP for resolution
We have an exchange 2007 server here in our building that the users usually use OWA to access thier mail... However, OWA is routed through subdomain.domain.com/owa - so my question is: how do I place a DNS record in the server to catch any request for that subdomain.domain.com - because when I try to add a host A record is automatically completes the FQDN as subdomain.domain.com.PH.local...
I'd like to keep owa traffic internally, internal and poing it to 192.168.0.x rather than an internet ip 173.8.xx.xx
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