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By bblunden ·
I am running DNS on NT 4.0. Our web page is being managed by our ISP and is not at our site. Our domain name for DNS is the same as the web domain name. Unless I push our ISP's DNS address on DHCP (I prefer to push it via Forwarders on our DNS server)my users cannot get to our web page.

Is there a special record I need to put in our DNS? What is the solution to this problem? Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Bill B.

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by mebudman In reply to DNS & WEB Services

you have an internal dns server? I am assuming yes. If you are looking for www.yourcompany.com, and you have the dns zone yourcompany.com (which currently only has internal ips), just add an 'A' record for WWW with the ip address of the ISP website. This is pretty standard for internal dns servers. That's how I have my company's DNS setup, we have an Internal DNS server, but it does have A records for external addresses in it.

Hope this helps.

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by bblunden In reply to DNS & WEB Services

This sounded like the answer, but this was the first I tried and it didn't solve the problem.

Thanks for your help.

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by bblunden In reply to DNS & WEB Services

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by bblunden In reply to DNS & WEB Services

He should have gotten the points. He was right after all!!

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