I have following situation
We host internal web pages on our Windows Server 2003 for business proposals [purposes?] which we can access on 192.168.0.X:80 on the local network. We also have a FreeBSD router for our internet gateway which hosts static IP addresses in the 217.199.X.X subnet. Our external locations have internet access and they are coming into the local network through static IP and forwarding some ports on different local IP addresses depending on what type of services they are calling. One part of our business uses customized IE with predefined shortcuts for many local web pages on IE.
What I want to do is to create those shortcuts in the customized Internet Explorer that are going to be the same for clients from the local network as they are from the public network.
To be more clear here is one example:
If I want to access ReportServer from my internal network I call
for that same report server outside of my local network I can get it from
But if from the local network I call
I can't access my report server.
What can I do? One of the things that I'm already doing is that clients from outside the local network use a VPN to get access to the local network, but in that case they are losing their internet connection for other services.
Thank You in advance