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Access External Website With The Same Domain Name As my Internal Domain.
It was working fine. suddenly its not working. I already created www record file also.
(e.g: www.abc.edu.bh) its working outside network perpect. In internal network not working?
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SyedJan earned 500 total points
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First of all you have to know the IP address of your website from the hosted company who have hosted the website for you, for example you website ip might be 13.12.200.100. You should use your dns to forward all unresolved requests to your ISP dns at forwarders of dns.
then open your dns
go forward lookup zone and find ns server right click and go to properties
click add and give your webiste name.. yourwebsite.com
and give the IP address of your website
after that create a host record and pint to your wan IP address lik www.yourwebiste.com

let me know if you do with this
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by:gulfcomp
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Hi,
   Thanks for your reply. from ns server, i added my website name, its giving an error A timeout occurred during validation
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you go the properties of the NS server
give fully qualified domainname .. www.yourdomain.com
and then give your IP address webiste pulbic IP address
after then add a host record for that
let me know how you are doing
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