I'm having trouble accessing the domain name of my webserver from within the network it resides on. For example, I want to access the website from my workstation so I type in http://www.mydomain.com.
I get a timed out message from within my browser. If I type the ip address which is 10.0.0.6, I have no problems accessing the site. I do have a problem with our hivemail installation, which says mail.mydomain.com could not be found (the hostname for the server is mail.mydomain.com). The domain is pointing to the router, which in turn is pointing all HTTP and mail ports to the server IP.
The server is running Slackware 10 without X installed.
Basically I'm pretty new with domain names and routing, so I'm wondering if I'm missing a setting or such since I would assume I could simply put in the domain name on my browser to access the server on the internal network.