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DNS problem with ubuntu server

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I have ubuntu 10 server and apache2 + php5 installed. If I type the IP 192.168.0.253 The page is ok. If I type www.myintranetdomain.com  I received an error, If I type 192.168.0.253/Myintranetdomain.com It works. How can I fix it ?
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Question by:Jose Bredariol
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Sikhumbuzo Ntsada earned 125 total points
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check your name servers in resolve.cof if they are all there!
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by:Jose Bredariol
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In resolv.conf I have :

search myintranetdomain.com
nameserver 192.168.0.253

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192.168.0.253 is your DNS server too. Check BIND configuration or update /etc/hosts
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Thanks all
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