|Subject:||Routing / DNS question|
|Posted by:||Mike K (Mik…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Wed, 1 Mar 2006|
I am running a 2003 AD structure which is working very nicely. However, I
have several hosts on a DMZ that I need to access via my hardware firewall.
My Domain Controller are on a 192.168.40.0/23 network (DC's on 40.11 /
40.12) and my domain is called MK.local
The servers (IMAP/ SMTP) are on a DMZ (10.0.96.0/20) and I have full access
via the Firewall (I can ping and connect via IP Address).
Because of the way the client machines are configured I need to connect to
the IMAP server (10.0.96.2) & SMTP Server (10.0.96.1) using their names which
are IMAP.olddom.co.uk & smtp.olddom.co.uk
Do I need to configure a new DNS zone or are there other ways to point
imap.olddom.co.uk through to 10.0.96.1 via their name?
Any hekp here greatly appreciated.