At the office we have a MX64 as our router and we came across a big problem which can't seem to be fixed easily.
We have a VoIP system internally, on our VLAN2, the problem is that when a device is connected to the PBX using the external FQDN, the audio just cut because packets are lost between devices.
I would like to know how I can specify to my MX that the FQDN I use is located internally? So it would not go through the internet for no reasons.
That is a DNS issue, not an MX issue.
You would need an internal DNS server to resolve that issue, loaded with your external domain, but populated with internal IP addresses.
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