I set up a 831 router for a client that does web developement and runs a email server on their internal network. They have a static IP address on the outside interface of the router and everything on the inside is on the 192.168.1.0 network. I have setup nat overloading of the outside interface with static nat mappings to foward smtp and webmail to the server for the external clients and all this works fine. The problem is that they also access the server by its FQDN from the clients on the internal network. This does not work. It seems that since the traffic is not coming in on the outside interface the router is not redirecting it. I have read the "NAT on a Stick" article as suggested on another thread and do not see how it will help. I have also seen a bunch of discussion on this topic with no clear-cut solution. Has anyone got it to work correctly? Is really agrravating that the Sonicwall and Netgear routers that were in place before the Cisco were able to do this with ease, but I'm having so many issues with the Cisco.