I'm a newbie to IOS. In the past I've used consumer routers which seem to have the smarts to automatically route requests to internal hosts addressed by their public name back to the internal network. I think this is called hairpinning.
I need to do that so that an office laptop can access a server on our office network by its public name both from outside the office and inside.
This thing has me stumped but I'm sure it is a piece of cake for a network expert.
Note: We don't have an internal DNS (we only have 4 machines).