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By jaboy78 ·
I got a win2k server with a domain let say group.com

I had registered the domain www.group.com and had registered e-mail and website on other company let say at "featureprice.com". Now my website and e-mail is control by them and is running smoothly.

Now i got a problem.. my server dns is let say 192.168.0.1 and if all my workstation set to dns as that ip. it can view all website except my website and e-mail is not running.

Is it due to conflicts and other settings to help me??

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by henrywi In reply to DNS Resolve

you should setup a nslookup zone

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by henrywi In reply to DNS Resolve

i also forgot to tell you, you don't type the ip address for your DNS, it should be your own server IP address. then under DNS manager property you type your setup a forder recuest that is not handle to the DNS server to the ISP

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by jaboy78 In reply to DNS Resolve

how to set up a nslookup..can help me??

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by AirHockeyNinja In reply to DNS Resolve

If your server is in the domain "group.com", and you are trying to access the website "www.group.com" you are having an internal DNS conflict. Try changing your local domain to "internal.com" or something like that, this is a complex issue. Go here,read this http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q300202&sd=tech

Good luck!
Joe

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by fenaikh In reply to DNS Resolve

Hi

Read this TR article and it is links.

Good luck

Mohamed

Configure a Win2K DNS server to forward external requests
http://www.techrepublic.com/article.jhtml?id=r00220020613joh01.htm

Note1:
***Very Important NOTE *********
After you copy the URL a space or a %20 maybe gets inserted in the URL when you paste it into your browser. Delete any spaces or such characters from the URL for the page to be loaded.
***Very Important NOTE *********

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by colin In reply to DNS Resolve

Just create a host record in your dns called www and give it the ip address of your external website.

The mail depends on how you are collecting mail. It it is an smtp feed it should be ok for incoming. More ditails would help.

You should always try to make your internal domain different from your public on, eg. NOT xxx.com but ad.xxx.com.

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by jaboy78 In reply to DNS Resolve

thanks to colin. did helped me.

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