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I am running pfsense and would like to configure my site to work locally. I have a ddns setup working externally with no-ip. The problem is I'm trying to get my local setup to work.

Locally I enter domain name, ie, and get redirected to the pfsense admin interface. I have disabled dns administration so even if they log in with correct user/pass they can't administer it, but what is the easiest way to allow to work correctly from local network. Can I force traffic out and then back to dmz? I'm running multiple name based virtual hosts. The only other option I can think of is to config some vhosts on different ports and deny from all except my lan subnet? Any Ideas?

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