Overload some records for intern use

Jonathan Petersson jpetersson at garnser.se
Fri Nov 13 11:44:08 UTC 2009

Someone correct me if I'm wrong but using BIND you must have the full
zone, partial forwarding/proxying isn't built in so you would need to
download the zone and replace the data you need to change.


On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 11:22 AM, Johan VAN RYSEGHEM
<johan at websiteburo.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> my problem is quite simple, but I've tried a lot of different setups, none
> worked :(
> My company's DNS are hosted by an third-operator. In the zone
> "websiteburo.com", there are several A records, pointing on our different
> servers.
> My problem is: a few of these servers are hosted locally in our offices, so
> i'd like to setup a DNS server which would:
> 1/ return local addresses for a subset of records
> 2/ forward the queries to the external server if it cannot answer
> Of course i could probably write a batch which retrieves the zone from the
> external server and rewrites some records with local addresses, but I think
> there could be a more elegant way to do this.
> Help would be welcome
> Thanx in advance
> --
> Johan VAN RYSEGHEM - Développeur RIAS
> Websiteburo | Agence Media Interactive | Bordeaux/Paris
> johan.van.ryseghem at websiteburo.com : - Fixe :
> http://www.websiteburo.com
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