Our company moved our internal website to an external hosting service, we recently turned the external website on (www.companyllc.com
) and I turned the internal website off (www.companyinc.com
), our external DNS settings make it so when going to www.companyinc.com
it will automatically redirect to www.companyllc.com
, but we're having an issue when anybody tries to do the same from inside our network, it won't go to the site at all.
> I created a CNAME record to point from www.companyinc.com
I would also like to point that our internal domain is companyinc.com so I didn't create an A record to point companyinc.com to the external website IP address in fear that it might create conflicts within our internal network.
> How can I make sure that anybody inside our network can reach the new website www.companyllc.com
when typing www.companyinc.com
on their browsers?