multiple internal views not working
kcd at chrysler.com
Mon Nov 2 19:17:32 UTC 2009
I you control all of the resolvers in this scenario, and the clients
aren't doing their own caching-and-reordering-of-responses, you might
consider using sortlists and round-robins instead of views. That would
get you out of having to maintain the same zones in parallel.
Note that if the clients are recent Wintel they *already* perform
sortlisting automatically, for addresses on their own subnets. It's
built into the network stack. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/182644/EN-US/
P.S. Why would the CNAMEs need to be differentiated? Surely only the A
records would vary, and the CNAMEs could stay the same (?)
Paul Krash wrote:
> I have been struggling with getting two internal views to work on
> three BIND servers running on Ubuntu Linux 8.04.2 x64
> ( kernel 2.6.24-23-server ) for two straight working days
> (OK, I have other projects too. :-)
> Scope: present different CNAMES and A records to one subnet
> (10.x.D.0/24) and another for all remaining (10.x.0.0/16)
> This will allow my .5 subnet to automount NFS via UDP
> without jiggering the network infrastructure (routers and switches).
> NFS and NIS servers are homed on multiple networks
> (.A.x/24, .B.x/24, .D.x/24)
> Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated (virtual beer and
> libations are on the way) in finding a working config example.
> I have read the ARMs, searched Google and communities, no joy.
> I apologize in advance if there is a well known fount of this knowledge,
> you know how it is, being a sys/sec/net admin at a dynamically
> changing technology company :-)
> Paul Krash
> Sys/Sec/Net Administrator
> Exegy, Inc.
> pkrash at exegy.com
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