barmar at bbnplanet.com
Wed Nov 10 23:11:30 UTC 1999
In article <3829DCF9.A375567F at mercury.net>,
Jim Dossey <jfd at mercury.net> wrote:
>I have a private network. It is connected to the Internet using a
>router running NAT. I want to setup an internal DNS server that will do
>external lookups, and it also needs to be primary DNS for a fake domain
>for the internal machines. I don't want to use an internal domain that
>will conflict with a real domain somewhere on the Internet. This is
>similar to the private IP addresses of RFC 1918. I suppose we could
>register a private domain to ensure that we will never conflict, but I
>am hoping that there is a domain reserved for this use.
See RFC 2606 Reserved Top Level DNS Names, and
draft-ietf-dnsind-local-names-07.txt Local Domain Name System (DNS) Names.
Barry Margolin, barmar at bbnplanet.com
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