Dns server is adding extra domain Tags: Management DNS Server Business Computing Last response: August 23, 2011 3:39 PM in Business Computing Share darkzenlord August 23, 2011 2:45:19 PM Added an internal web server and was accessing it fine with ip address in the browser, however, I wanted a friendly name, so I added the ip to an A record and even did a www. Cname. It works great, however, When I am on the front page of the site, internal links ( /something) work fine. But (www.google.com) on the same front page of the internal website appear as http://www.mysite.com/www.google.com I don't get it! The a record and cname work and seem to be fine, but DNS is adding the domain to every link! What can I do to fix this? If you need any info let me know. More about : dns server adding extra domain darkzenlord August 23, 2011 3:39:01 PM Found the issue. It wasn't with the DNS server it was with the page my web developer made. Make sure you add "http://" to all the a hrefs on your site. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumNeed to forward request for a domain to another DNS server ForumDifferent DNS and AD domain structures Forum???Can't add machine to domain due to dns lookup problem??? Forumwin2k server AD and DNS question ForumSplit-brain DNS server cannot log into AD domain ForumSever set to static IP in DNS on Domain controller, put in.. ForumNewbie - Domain controller require DNS and DHCP? ForumWrong domain DNS suffix being used. Forumadding dns to domain controller at site ForumSecondary DNS Server on Additional Domain Controller ForumAdvice on 2nd Domain Controller, DNS and DHCP server . ForumStill having trouble removing DNS Server from Domain Forumupgrade to win2000 adv server and DNS ForumOne or more DNS Server within same domain ? ForumDNS server encountered an invalid domain name.... ForumQuestions on putting up a new DNS server . ForumBenefits of cloud computing ForumRepurposing Dual Quad-Core Server? ForumView Photos on Server Remotely ForumHow Often to Backup server System States More resources Read discussions in other Business Computing categories Cloud Computing Virtualization Security Management !