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I have a web site that has a public address.  I need to stop my users from accessing that public address inside.  I have 2 t 1's and each time a user accesses the site with the Public IP it is creating a bandwidth nightmare!  I've already taken out the public IP's from my DNS server but it's still resolving to the outside address.  Also, I  have an ssl on there too but the ssl is set up for both the internal address and external address via host headers.

How can I stop the external resolution of the web site?
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close this I've actually fixed this issue
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