I have a Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 and I host a public FTP server on a Windows 2003 Server on the same network. Public access to my FTP sever is ftp.zevcohen.com. My clients can connect to the internal FTP server just fine from outside of my network. The problem is that my internal users cannot access the internal FTP server using ftp.zevcohen.com. The internal users can only access the internal FTP server by browsing directly to it through the network. Normally this would not be an issue, but I would like to give my internal network users the ability to access the FTP server using ftp.zevcohen.com. From what I can determine, when I try to access the internal FTP server with the ftp.zevcohen.com from inside the network (either through Internet Explorer or the command line FTP utility), the request is never leaving my internal network, so that it can route through the public IP address assigned to the FTP site and then come back in to the FTP server. Does anyone have a set up like this or know of a solution?
Thanks in advance.
Software/Hardware used: Windows Small Business Server 2003, Windows Server 2003
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