Our company website can be reached when viewing from a PC outside our local network. However when trying to view the website within our local network it resolves to a search engine with the URL #1 on the search engine list. We are running server 2008 with exchange. The website is hosted at an external hosting company. We have an mx record setup at the website host company that points to our static ip for the exchange.
can not ping or tracert the website internally. externally you can ping and tracert successfully.
How do we resolve the company website within our local network?
The most likely cause of your problem is that your internal domain is the same as your internet domain e.g yourdomainname.com. When you are on your internal network you are using your 2008 server as the
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