Made a domain name boo boo

Discussion in 'DNS Server' started by Cryton, Jul 18, 2007.

  1. Cryton

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    I named our Windows 2003 internal domain with the same as our external
    Windows domain e.g. bladomain.co.uk
    I now realise that this was a mistake and I should have called it
    bladomain.local, as when trying to access our company website (not hosted by
    us), it won't resolve.

    Is there a way I can put some kind of DNS pointer/forwarder for
    bladomain.co.uk so that it resolves externally? also we don't use a proxy.
    I'm not great with DNS, so easy instructions would be greatly appreciated!!
     
    Cryton, Jul 18, 2007
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    INtetrnally manuall create your www, ftp and whatever records under your BLA
    zone and provide the actual external IP addresses. If it is a resource your
    are hosting for the world from your internal network, such as if you are
    hosting a web server, create the record and provide the internal private IP.
    You wouldn';t need to create a mail record if you are hosting Exchange, if
    not, create that too.

    You can also delegate a www (or whatever) record too, to the DNS servers
    that are SOA for the zone. Rt click, new delegation, type in www, provde the
    external SOA. TO find that, use nslookup, use server 4.2.2.2 to find it.


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    Ace

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    Ace Fekay [MVP], Jul 19, 2007
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