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Old 23rd February 2013, 18:11
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Is there a way to have one site available on two different interfaces. We have an inside network (10.1.x.x) and a public network, The web servers all look both ways, as we host some of our intranet stuff on them. Is there a way to let a site see both directions, so it's on both the Internet and Intranet?
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Old 23rd February 2013, 22:13
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Yes, I think to access the site via intranet you have to change your hosts file on every pc on intranet like for example your site is on internal ip 192.168.50

than in your host file,

192.168.0.50 yoursitename.tld

and then you can access your site even without using internet.
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