dns at botham.net
Tue Oct 15 16:36:24 UTC 2002
Partial Primary... Is that like "a little bit pregnant"? :)
Can't be done... see below
> -----Original Message-----
> From: bind-users-bounce at isc.org [mailto:bind-users-bounce at isc.org] On
> Behalf Of Dick
> Sent: Tuesday, October 15, 2002 11:44 AM
> To: comp-protocols-dns-bind at isc.org
> Subject: Partial Primary?
> I am quite new to setting up bind and have run into a problem that I
> can't seem to work around. I am trying to have our internal dns
> a few of our externally resolveable addresses rerouted to their
> Internally we have internal.ourdomain.com where our servers reside.
> These servers are reachable from the internet and the dns for
> ourdomain.com is hosted by someone else. We also have some hosted
> that reside in ourdomain.com but offsite. What I would like to do is
> direct our internal clients to resolve those servers that are inside
> network to our internal IP scheme but resolve the external addresses
> the dns servers that our "out there". I would like to avoid
> the exteral zone file for ourdomain.com, rather I would like to only
> resolve a few names and let the rest resolve from the net.
In the end, if you want something like this behavior:
Inside mail.ourdomain.com resolves to <internal-IP>
Outside mail.ourdomain.com resolves to <external-IP>
Inside www.ourdomain.com resolves to <external-hosted-IP>
Outside www.ourdomain.com resolves to < external-hosted-IP>
Then, you will have to load "ourdomain.com" on your internal name server
and adjust the RRs as necessary.
> Is this a reasonable thing to do? So far I have been unable to
> the results I need so I am just replicating ourdomain.com for the time
> being. Any help would be much appreciated.
> BIND 9
> Slackware 8.1
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