Okay so I've dealt a lot with simply putting entries into DNS for internal usage. For example we have IP cameras that I added DNS entries for and gave them names instead of using IP addresses. However we are doing something a little more advanced now.
Our Internal DNS server sits on a SBS 2010
We installing a new server that host a certain application that will run on our network. It will be used internally, but also it will be used externally. Apparently it will be a website the users will be able to log into.
On my part I was asked to do the following:
The server name will be test.example.org Can you add that name to your external DNS server and internal DNS server? The external should be pointed to a reachable public IP address and the internal would point to the local IP subnet.
Okay I can easily do the linking of the IP address to the internal name, but what is a external DNS? And how do I go about that making it reachable with our public IP? I know my public IP if that helps.