? DNS UPDATE ? NSUPDATE ? DYNAMIC DNS ?
mhunter at smc.omnes.slb.com
Wed Nov 10 20:33:58 UTC 1999
I have a situation where I need a DNS record to point to 3 different
servers. I cannot use round-robin because it needs to resolve in a
specific order. For example:
www1 in a 10.10.10.1
www2 in a 10.10.10.2
www3 in a 10.10.10.3
www in a 10.10.10.1
in a 10.10.10.2
in a 10.10.10.3
I need to have DNS to resolve, in order, the first ip address
10.10.10.1, and if it fails, then resolve to 10.10.10.2. If it fails on
the second, then resolve to the third (10.10.10.3). All automatically.
We have looked into possibly using NSUPDATE and writing scripts, but was
wondering if there is any way this can be done automatically.
Any assistance would be most appreciated.
Mike Hunter Schlumberger Omnes
UNIX / WAN Element Manager 5599 San Felipe Suite 400
Office: 713-513-3233 Houston TX 77056 USA
Fax: 713-513-3150 Email: mhunter at smc.omnes.slb.com
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