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Browsing to a site with ip address issue

Posted on 2014-09-07
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Hi,

I have a web site setup in my local environment which I only access on a public ip address.  In my remote AD environment I can't ping or browse to the site.  When I assign a public ip to a server in that same environment and set the dns servers to google's public dns it works without issue.

Is there a quick fix to this issue?
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by:Larry Struckmeyer MVP
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Hi:

Seems you have found the fix?  What do you want to do you have not already done?  From Site B you want to browse via an internet browser to Website A?  Seems you have don't this.
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by:ts11
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I don't want to waste a public ip address just to allow the server to browse one web site.

I want to browse a local site I have via it's public ip address at my remote site - this all works fine browsing it from anywhere local or from home
In my remote site I can't browse to it in the local network, unless I assign a public ip to a server in that site and set google public dns on the adapter.
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found the problem.  the router at the remote site was once configured to be in a site to site vpn with the router at my local site.
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see my last post.
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