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I inherited an AD domain.  ourcompany.com
We have an external website ourcompany.com

I created a www Host(A) record to point to the external ip.
 Now internal users type in www.ourcompanyname.com and get to the external site from inside.

Everything has been good up to this point.

Here in lies the issue.

We have now added an external
subdomain.ourcompany.com

How and/or can we access the subdomain from inside ??


I thin
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by:Darius Ghassem
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You can add record called the domain point it to the server this should allow to resolve this
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by:ParisBP
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I tried that to no avail.
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by:Darius Ghassem
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Create another DNS Forward lookup zone call the subdomain you are using above create record within the subdomain
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by:ParisBP
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Ok.. I did this for subdomain.ourcompany.com and subdomain2.ourcompany.com

one worked and one didn't. exact same settings.

I can see them both externally and only see one of the internally.
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by:ParisBP
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never mind. works.. jsut took a mintue for dns. shoudl have know that.

Thank You. Nice. I couldn' t have done this without this advice.
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Darius Ghassem earned 2000 total points
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Good then everything is working, right?

Please close question
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by:ParisBP
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yes. points awarded. Thaks again.
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