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bahamutneo

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Dear All

I've problem in my Kerio Control Configuration. I've mapped a domain name to my Kerio Control name but I enable DHCP Manually to ensure that I be able to set my IP lease to 1 Day. However problem arose whenever I visit my domain name xyz.com it always pointing up to my IIS (local intranet). Are there any way to solve this?

Here are my configuration
Kerio Control - 192.168.0.1
Windows Server - 192.168.0.2

./fa/3509/0/

I set up my DHCP to Manual by pointing Domain Name to 192.168.0.1 & 192.168.0.2. Is there anything wrong with my configuration? I have also set up Delegation on Windows Server sides.

Thank You for helping me

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mlee (Kerio)

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If you ping xyz.com, what IP address does it resolve to?

M.

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ICT and Me

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if you are using you domain name internally and for website external, you must go to DNS host file in Kerio Control or the DNS on your DC.
There you must give in the www.(domainname) and the external IP address.

By the way. Don't place Kerio Control as first DNS, this will cause login problems to your corp domain. Always your DC's first.

And do forwarding from the DC's to Kerio Control.

ICT and Me
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