VPN and something like Dynamic DNS ...
pitu at caipy.de
Thu Feb 7 16:29:29 UTC 2002
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On Thu, 7 Feb 2002, Barry Margolin wrote:
> In article <a3u0c0$mub at pub3.rc.vix.com>,
> Thorsten Wandersmann <pitu at caipy.de> wrote:
> >As you see, sometimes it's the internal (192...), sometimes the external
> >(220.127.116.11) adress.
> What did you expect? If there are multiple addresses for the same name, it
> just round-robins them.
> >Is there a possibility to "order" the entries in a way, that the internal
> >always cames first (or last, when the last entry is taken first ...)?
> What would be the point of doing that? If it always ordered them in the
> same way, the second address would almost never be used (most applications
> only use the first address that's returned).
You are right.
> Your original message never explained clearly why you wanted multiple
> addresses to be listed for the same name. If you want predictability, give
> them different names. Or if you want the server to use a particular
> version depending on where the query is coming from, use views.
Yes, in the meantime I came to the same conclusion. But thanks for help
e-Mail: pitu at caipy.de
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