diferent networks in the same zone
Simon at wretched.demon.co.uk
Tue Feb 12 18:29:03 UTC 2002
> Is it possible to have a network called e.g. network.company.com with
> netmask 255.255.0.0. and with a host that has a address e.g.
> 172.16.55.55 and another host that has 10.2.55.55 as address in the
> same zone?
Okay "network.company.com" would be a legal domain name (If
someone hasn't taken it already ;)
DNS data doesn't care about subnet masks, or IP addresses, or
LANs or WANs.
For example zone "root-servers.net" domain has servers
deliberately scattered on diverse networks across the whole
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