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I would like to redirect a domain to a host on my local network.

Ex:

www.microsoft.com locally redirects to: host.ad.mydomain.local

What type of DNS record do I need?

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A CNAME. But ask on serverfault.com, please. –  zneak Jul 28 '10 at 5:07

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You need a CNAME record.

But I agree; we should have some easier functionality for moving between the StackExchange sites.

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