I wasn't sure how to title this exactly, but here's my problem:
We have a web server inside the firewall with an inside address (inside). There is an outside address (outside) that is routed in through the firewall to that server.
The DNS, of course, resolves to the outside address, so when someone inside tries to get to www.myserver.com, it times out and is not routed. They have to use the inside address to get there.
Is there any way to tell the firewall to route from a computer on the inside to the outside address of the webserver? Basically, the packet would go out of the firewall to the router and get bounced back in.
I hope my message is clear and I thank you in advance for any help.
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