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I'm on an enterprise LAN (Windows domain and Windows DNS server) and I want to access to another computers on LAN (mostly in https)

On my ubuntu (14.04, fresh install) when I do :

ping my_other_server_on_lan -> it works
ping my_other_server_on_lan.mydomain.local -> it doesn't work

I tried to change some configuration in /etc/resolv.conf but nothing works

How to ping both myserver and myserver.mydomain.local ? I don't understand why when I precise the DNS extension

EDIT : I don't need to access to my computer via the fqdn name it is to access to other servers on the LAN

marked as duplicate by Eric Carvalho, Warren Hill, Panther, bain, psusi Jul 4 '14 at 18:27

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set your computer as if it is in the same domain name:

sudo hostname mypc.mydomain.local

replace mypc with your computer name

  • after your solution I'll type hostname--fqdn to see my full hostname. I seems ok but same issue. – Cyberscooty Jul 2 '14 at 12:30

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