I've setup an internal web server and am able to acccess it from outside our network but not from inside (on a separate internal LAN - 192.168.10.0). When on the internal LAN - DNS points to the Public IP for the web server - so we'd need to route through the Public IP to access the web server.
What is the best way to allow access to the web server XX.XX.XX.231 from 192.168.10.0 network?
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Edison, Thanks for the reply. After seeing this Note and under the KISS principle I decided to add DNS records to direct hosts to the web server via the LAN side vs. sending them out and back-in the public IP. "The router must process switch every packet due to the loopback interface. This degrades the performance of the router." Dan Foxley
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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