There has been some discussion about this topic in here but I'm still
at a
loss.

I have a public DNS name (austingoodwill.org) what lives on one NW5.1
DNS
server that is NATed from private to public. Needless to say, it
resolves
www to the public IP address.

My internal DNS server (corp.austingoodwill.org) lives on another box.
When
it is queried for www.austingoodwill.org, it resolves the public IP
which of
course is not reachable. Using just www on the inside gets to the site
but
this causes a lot of confusion.

I have tried setting up an DNS name on my internal DNS box that points
to
the IP address of the site on the web server but it is ignored
(because its
a CNAME?).

Since all the machines are setup to use only the internal DNS server,
which
forwards to the external DNS server, which forwards to the ISP
servers...surely there is a way to get it to respond the way it should
-
with the internal IP address on the inside and the external one on the

outside.

Yes?


Arnie Morein
Director of IT
Goodwill CenTex
512/637-7111