Domain Name Resolution
I have hit an odd issue. I've been a very happy pfsense user for about 2 years and things have run fantastic. Recently I decided to setup a mail server and that, too, is running wonderfully, except for one item. My domain name is not resolving correctly inside my network. When I point a browser to mydomain.net it resolves to https and brings me to the pfsense login page. I'm sure this is a simple setting (and typically my googlefu is strong) but I cannot find where I have it misconfigured. Any help would be fantastic.
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You can fix this by either configuring NAT reflection, or by getting your internal DNS server to point your domain to your internal IP instead of the public IP address. I use the latter technique at work. My external DNS is handled by a pair of Linux boxes, and my internal DNS is handled by Windows AD controller. Even though my external Linux boxes handle our public IP, I added all my external FQDNs to my Windows AD controller DNS and pointed it towards the public server's (mail, web, ftp) internal IP addresses. Works like a charm. I found NAT reflection giving me pain when I was trying to connect to our FTP server by going out the firewall and then back in.