Re: Intranet Name Resolution
From: Ricardo (Ricardo_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 14:33:11 -0800
In fact I have to create a HOST record for "intranet" on DNS inside the
COMPANY.COM domain, in order to reach my IIS server.
it's correct because when I ping intranet.company.com, it returns my the IP
of my IIS server. But when I type this on my IE, it still displays my my
PS.: The internet site is not running on this IIS server, it's running on a
Linux Apache web server, and there's a BIND DNS Server that is solving
internet names (the internal Windows DNS is fowarding to BIND).
May this be afecting my name resolution ???
Any other help, please,
"Steve Duff [MVP]" wrote:
> This is not really a DNS issue. DNS in essence, just
> points a name to IP addresses. That's it. It doesn't
> know anything at all about web servers or browsers
> or what they are doing with that tidbit of information.
> So, you will have to put intranet.company.com on a different
> IP address and then 'bind' your sites in IIS to those specific
> addresses independently. That way IIS "knows" which site
> is being asked for.
> Or you can use "host header discrimination" in your IIS
> sites' properties to direct traffic depending on what the browser
> is actually sending to your web server. The IIS help explains
> how to configure this and it is relatively simple to do.
> Steve Duff, MCSE, MVP
> Ergodic Systems, Inc.
> "Ricardo" <Ricardo@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:CA6F2751-95B5-4CFF-89C9-F37EC5150B2F@microsoft.com...
> >I have a internet site called by www.company.com
> > Now I`ve created a intranet site, and I want it to be called by typying
> > "intranet.company.com" or "www.company.com/intranet", but I can't setup this.
> > In my DNS I've created a domais called INTRANET inside the COMPANY.COM
> > domain, but it's not working, because when a type intranet.company.com, it
> > shows my the same as I type www.company.com
> > Please I need some help.
> > Thanks,