embrey at hood.edu
Thu Jun 20 18:29:56 UTC 2002
Is it possible to have a DNS entry that references one of our ip addresses
but a host name for another domain? The machine is physically located in
our domain. Here is an example and it would be placed just below SOA but
above the $ ORIGIN ourdomain.edu section:
machine.other.edu IN A 188.8.131.52
The reason is we will be assigning one of our ip addresses to a virtual web
server. The virtual web server will have a hostname of machine.other.edu.
Will this work or is there a better way to accomodate this situation.
Bruce Edward Embrey : OpenVMS/Linux Systems Manager / Campus Email Admin. :
Hood College: embrey at hood.edu : Phone (301)696-3927 : Fax (301)696-3913
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