In part 10 of this mini-series, I’ll look at how to configure the virtual directories used by Exchange 2013. We’ll need to configure these to match the FQDNs we request on our SSL certificate.
It’s assumed that split-brain DNS will be setup for the configuration to work. The essenace of split-brain DNS is that your external domain name is also configured on your internal DNS servers, but the A records on the internal DNS server point to the internal IP address of the server whereas the domain name configured on your external DNS servers point to the external IP address of your server. So whether a client is internal or external the FQDN will always resolve to the correct IP address.
We’ll be configuring the following services:
- Exchange Admin Center (ecp)
- Outlook Web App (owa)
- Exchange Web Services (EWS)
- Active Sync
- Offline Address Book (OAB)
- Outlook Anywhere