I need machines on the LAN to be able to access by the external address or hostname. If it can't be done, then just by hostname is OK as well, so I thought of just doing it through DNS on our internal ...
As I asked here and duplicated here it appears NAT Hairpinning is the answer I'm looking for to allow internal servers to loopback through the ASA to access external IP's (without using DNS ...
I currently have my Cisco ASA 5505 firewall configured to forward port 80 from the outside interface to a host on my dmz interface. I also need to allow clients on my inside interface to access the ...