Resolve different domains to different DNS servers?
mayer at gis.net
Mon Oct 21 14:20:45 UTC 2002
At 01:09 PM 10/17/02, Mike wrote:
>"Michael E. Hanson" <MEHanson at GryphonsGate.com> wrote in message
>news:<aokaom$eq2a$1 at isrv4.isc.org>...
> > Why not put a DNS server at the remote location, configure it to be
> > secondary for your "internal" namespace with your main office DNS as
> > "master" and configure it with a forwarder to the remote office's ISP
> > provided DNS for anything it can't answer directly
>An excellent suggestion for "larger" branch offices, but expensive for
>a small branch office of 3 or fewer people at a time when costs are
>I'm hoping there might be a SOHO VPN router that has DSN capabilities
>like you describe, or something I can do in one of the flavors of
You can always install and run BIND on a Windows box, it doesn't have
to be a server, any NT/2K box will do.
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