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Web server access on internal network

My web server resides in inside network i.e private IP (192.168.75.109) using the static ip the web sever can be accessed from outside of the network but not from the inside network.

I have two DNS servers issued by the ISP however i have my domain controller carrying out DNS functions and is the primary server configured for each station in the internal network.

Is there a command I need to add to the IOS?

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Re: Web server access on internal network

In your internal DNS server, create a host entry for 192.168.75.109 and corresponding web server name.

Internal devices will resolve to the internal address when they need to communicate to the web server.

External devices will resolve to the external address as they use the ISP's DNS.

Regards,

Edison

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