Question for the board..
I have an exchange 2k server in the DMZ that needs to communicate with
servers in the internal/protected network. This server is part of a
Front-End/Bac-End topology. According to the article "Microsoft Exchange
2000 Server Front-End and Back-End" The problem I am having is the exch2k
server finding and getting access to the DC's and GC's. I am using a PIX
Firewall and opened up the necessary ports as well, but when the Exch2k
queries the DNS inside, it returns an internal address to the exch2k server
and the exch2k does not know how to handle that IP since everything is
NATed. My question, is it not recommended to put a DNS server on the exch2k
box and just have the NATed IP addresses on it for this specific purpose?