On 3/18/06, Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com> wrote:
> On 3/16/06, jan gestre <m0n0wall dot list at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > i tried using its public ip and via its fqdn, i can't see the page, does
> > mean that my configuration is wrong? thanks
> No. You can't get to either of those from the inside. See
> If you can get to them from another location on the Internet, then
> things are working as they should and you need split DNS as described
> in the FAQ.
> i put these overrides on the dns forwarder page:
host domain ip
mail example.org 192.168.2.2
web example.org 192.168.2.3
web2 example.org 192.168.2.4
http://mail.example.org can now be view from any machines in my LAN.
problems that occured:
http://web.example.org can only be view from the client where i'm running
the m0n0wall's GUI, tried with other machines on the LAN, i can't view the
http://web1.example.org can't be browsed.
these two websites are running on the same machine whose computer name is
web on IIS 6.0 platform.
what's wrong with the overrides?