In article < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,
No, that shouldn't be necessary.
Are you doing NAT on your router? If so, the users behind the router
probably need to use the private address to get to your web server, but
your DNS is presumably giving out the private address so that Internet
users can get to it. To resolve this, you need to use split-brain DNS:
one server for internal users, another for external users. Or you could
use BIND, whose "views" feature allows you to have different versions of
a zone depending on the address of the client.
Barry Margolin, XXXX@XXXXX.COM
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