I have an old machine that I've converted into a web server. I'm wondering what the best way to make the websites viewable on the internal network, without using a proxy.
I experimented with BIND, but I had a lot of trouble getting it going with dynamic DNS. The websites are hosted on different virtual servers, so I can't just go to the IP. The domains are hosted by a 3rd party, and if I try to use them to visit the site, from within the internal network, I am directed to the router configuration page.
Is there a way to set up forwarding on the router so that it treats me as an external visitor and forwards me to the appropriate virtual server?
Unfortunately, it doesn't support NAT loopback, so that is doubtful. Also, the router has a built in DNS server for the internal network. Can I use that?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. This is about to make my head explode.