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Change what URL is viewed in Address Bar

Last Modified: 2013-11-19
I have a client who is using cloud, however they dont want everyone logging into it while they are home.  I am looking for a way to block or change the url internally so it sees something else.  For example; if the real site is http://realestate.msn.com/13-homes-for-sale-with-indoor-pools, I would want it to say www.aol.com or the internal domain server in the url bar.  I thought I could do this with DNS.  Let me know if anyone has any thoughts.
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Is there not a more straightforward way to accomplish your main goal?  For example, are you able to limit logins to specific source IP addresses (such as the work one)?


I asked, they cant do that.
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