My local domain at home is xyz.com and works fine, postfix distributes mail
fine and ip masquerading is setup. The only problem is i have a web site
www.xyz.com out on the internet. When i try to access it from home, my
internal DNS is looked up and gives an error "not found". How do i configure
it so that www.xyz.com is looked up on the internet and not locally first. If
i had an ip address i could probably try put it in /etc/hosts, but i don't.
The same problem happens when i try to connect to ftp.xyz.com.
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