I have installed a windows 2008 R2 server. The local domain name is LGBS-SRV1.LGBS.local.
The site has a website elsewhere www.lgbs-law.com
There is an on site conference bridge that has an IP of 192.168.1.33. This conference bridge is accessed using a url of conference.lgbs.com. The server is at 192.168.1.10.
Prior to putting in the server the local PC's accessed the bridge by opening a browser and going to http://conference.lgb-law.com
. To accommodate this, I put an entry in the hosts table of each computer to route that URL to the local IP and it worked fine.
Over time as computers got replaced and windows 7 machines started to move in, I had forgotten to add the entry to the hosts file of each individual PC.
I would like to get this back on track and prevent future problems. Is there a way to get the DNS server in the windows server to resolve that address to the local IP?
I still need the lgb-law.com to resolve to the website, however I need conference.lgb-law.com to resolve to the local IP.
Thank You in advance.