So the other day the Support Guys were a bit confused over a request in the Ticketing system.
Subject: Website URL’s
Please could you set the following websites to point to IP 192.168.123.2
******= to protect identity.
The more observant amongst you will have noticed that is a Local IP address, and if Websites are pointed at it they will not work for anyone else in the world. So We queried the IP, and asked them to double check.
Imagine our surprise when they responded telling us that was what their IT company was saying needed to be done, or they would not be able to create email accounts on the exchange server.
Yes. Apparently an IT form needed websites pointing to a 192.168. Local address before they could create new accounts on an Exchange server on a different IP range/network.
This leads us to a conflict of interest.
Professionalism V “The Customer is always Right”
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