DNS on private network

Kevin Darcy kcd at daimlerchrysler.com
Wed Nov 16 23:26:06 UTC 2005

Rodrigo Sanchez Re wrote:

>	I have a DNS server on a private network. It Server is authoritative
>for our private domain and it has some forward zone for other Internals
>domains,  configurated on others DNS. So all the queries that It can't
>resolve itself or through of the forward zone, defined on it, are being sent
>to a root-nameserver to look for a answer from it. But I don't wish resolve
>queries for other domains don't defined. So, how can I do for DNS don't make
>queries to a roots-nameserver for domain don't defined on our DNS as master
>o forward zone?; I tried to remove "hint zone" but didn't work.
Instead of a "hints" zone, define yourself as master for the root zone, 
and in the zone file, only delegate what you need.

For that matter, you could throw *all* of your stuff, except for the 
forwards which need to be delegated, into a single root zone.

                                                - Kevin

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