i've been staring at this stuff long enough. I've read loads of posts on loads of web sites about this or simular problems. Hopefully the experts can explain in newbie terms
Here is my setup.
Cisco router at the perimeter, port forwarding requests to our external facing web site to a web server sitting inside the network
witht he "IP NAT INSIDE" command.
Poeple out on the internet can view the pages fine.
PCs on the internal network are unable to view any web sites and get the following
The webpage "www.domain.com.au
" cannot be foundDNS error occurred.
Server cannot be found. The link may be broken.
Internal domain name is domain.local
external domain is domain.com.au
It acutally does not matter what the domain is. I host other domains that have no resemblance to the domain.local etc and they don't work internally.
if we ping www.domain.com.au
from insisde the network the correct external IP is returned
1x web server running windows 2008 R2.
2x MS AD servers running windows 2008 R2 and DNS.
I have tried adding host file records, adding static DNS records everything suggested on other sites without any luck.
Can anyone help?