kcd at daimlerchrysler.com
Mon Jun 27 23:48:48 UTC 2005
Depends on your exact definition of those words. It's certainly possible
to skip a domain level in your delegations, e.g. d.c.b.a.example.com can
be delegated from b.a.example.com, in which case the intermediate level
of the hierarchy -- c.b.a.example.com -- does not exist as a zone in
that view. It could, at the same time, be defined as a zone in some
other view. So, technically d.c.b.a.example.com would "belong" to one
view, and its "parent", i.e. c.b.a.example.com, would "belong" to another.
But if you're asking whether some *undelegated* subdomain can be
"rerouted" from one view to another, then the answer is no -- zones are
attached to views in an all-or-nothing fashion. You can't attach part of
a zone to one view and the remainder of the zone to another view...
Ronnel P. Maglasang wrote:
>Is it possible to configure a subdomain to belong to
>a view which is different from the view of the parent
>domain in BIND9? Has anyone tried this?
>Any help greatly appreciated.
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