internal root and authoritative DNS
brad at stop.mail-abuse.org
Tue Mar 22 01:40:24 UTC 2005
At 7:22 PM -0500 2005-03-21, Barry Margolin wrote:
>> Now, if you try to mix an internal root with a nameserver that is
>> supposed to communicate with the outside world, that is likely to run
>> into some problems.
> Shouldn't you be able to do it with views? You could have one view with
> a master zone for ".", and another view with a hints zone for ".".
That would be an interesting test. I would expect it to fail,
because I don't think that the views mechanism applies to hints, and
I think the internal versus external views would need to be operating
from different hints.
However, I do not know 100% for certain that this would or would
not work. It would be an interesting test.
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