Split DNS Configuration in BIND

Doug Barton dougb at dougbarton.us
Mon May 30 19:20:11 UTC 2011

On 05/29/2011 23:17, babu dheen wrote:
> We have DNS record called "mail.company.com" which is hosted in internal
> company LAN network. When any users try to access mail.company.com in
> browser, they will get private IP address and immediately they will get
> mail.company.com website home page whereas if any of my company users
> try to access the mail.company.com website from internet(outside
> company), they should get public IP address which should be pointed to
> mail.company.com website.

It's not clear to me from this description why you need 2 different IP 
addresses for the same resource.


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