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I am having trouble with resolving myaddress.dyndns.org name when I am in my internal network. This is how my setup looks like currently: - Gateway server running debian lenny -- ...
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    Problem with internal DNS - dyndns


    I am having trouble with resolving myaddress.dyndns.org name when I am in my internal network. This is how my setup looks like currently:

    - Gateway server running debian lenny
    -- Runs ddclient to update IP address
    -- Has a webpage that is on the dmz with the same name https : // myaddress.dyndns.org which is accessible externally (from outside our network), but not internally
    What is amusing is that the setup worked fine until recently, but all of a sudden it stopped resolving myname.dyndns.org when trying to access it internally.

    Could somebody provide some direction please?

    Thanks!

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    Can you resolve anything internally?
    Have you check dyndns to ensure your records are still being hosted?
    Can you post the output of 'dig myaddress.dyndns.org'?

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    [Solved]

    Thanks for your reply. I was able to resolve this. I had a dynamic IP from my ISP and this was hardwired in my firewall (and obviously not setup to be updated by the ddclient). I updated this manually and everything works as before. Will script this up to ensure I don't have to do this manually all the time.

    Thanks!

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