Internal domain: prc data local Error

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 I have a Live Communication server 2003 up as well as working throughout, but I am not able to communicate with WWW server at my ISP. Just how to appropriately correct this? I currently have been operating SBS2003 Premium, Client is XP Professional. I make use of the guidebook, “How to install Office Live Communications Server 2003 on a Windows Small Business Server 2003 network. The issue started out after I launched a new "lookup zone" in DNS. This particular zone with the title of my external address prevents the connection to the domain utilizing this address:

"Internal domain: prc-data.local"

"External domain: prc-data.dk"

I am unable to hook up with www.prc.dk at my ISP. Just what exactly am I carrying out wrong when making a new forward "lookup zone" in DNS?

In DNS you will find there is a forward "lookup zone" known as pmc-data.local and I made a different one called pmc-data.dk and with this zone I made the files for the _SIP protocol. Any sort of tips?

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Internal domain: prc data local Error

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Have you tried pinging the WWW site that you are trying to use by opening the command prompt in windows and typing in it?

See what is the response time it and what is the latency.

If it says that the Host is unreachable then it means that the site is down or the whole ISP is down.

If it says access is denied then it means it is not made public for now.

Also check if the server that you are trying to access has some sort of verification procedure to be done before you can actually browse to the WWW site that you are trying to achieve.

Do all these things and you will soon come to know the exact problem.

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