I have a network that is controlled by a windows 2003 AD. The network domain was setup as somedomain.com. (somedomain.com is also our website address). The AD servers are set external to our network. This means that our machine names are exposed to the internet. Yes, I know. Very dangerous but the firewall blocks any traffic. The AD DNS contains records for computers on the network as well as our web sites we host. We are trying to correct this problem as well as a few others. I do have one question I am not sure of. Our AD domain is somedomain.com. when I type that into the web browser it doesnt resolve anywhere. (If I type www.somedomain.com
it works fine) When I do an NSLookup it returns all of our AD servers. I need this domain to point to our webserver/website. How do we resolve this even after we have split our DNS and set things up correctly?