I have a internal domain name of princeprecision.com, which matches the domain name of our external website. When I go to the website internally it want to display the IIS7 start page. From what I have gathered the solution is to add an www "A" record to the forward lookup zone of the DNS that points to the IP address of the website. Here is where the problem starts.
My website is hosted through godaddy on a shared hosting plan. The ip address is 22.214.171.124. When I go to that IP address I get a "page ok" and that is it. Not sure how to resolve this issue.
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