Different BaseURL internal / external

Hi,

We have a YouTrack install on one of our server in our own network. Configured to use the BaseURL of our internal hostname. This YouTrack install is also accessible from outside our network via a portforwarder in our firewall. When you access it from outside, using our outside hostname, it get's forwarded to the BaseURL which is our internal hostname. Is there a way to disable this BaseURL redirecting or some other workaround?

Kinda regards,
RH84
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Hello,

Sorry for short delay!
Is it possible for you to set BaseURL which is available for outside users?

Thank you.
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The outside users use a domain that points to one of our externals IPs. From our internal network, that IP is not accessible (routing wise). So no that won't be an option I'm afraid.
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Hi,

Thanks for details.
Ok then. How did you install YouTrack? Are there any web-servers above in your configuration?

Thank you.
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It's installed on a Windows server, default setup.

I noticed something strange. To test the access from outside our network, I SSH'd to a linux server outside of our network and used lynx to connect. I get the login screen and can login but are forwarded to the BaseURL, which is the internal hostname. When I login from home with Chrome, I do not get forwarded to the BaseURL and can use the system. So it works in a normal browser, not from the commandline (which was just for testing).
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