Split DNS Configuration in BIND
novosirj at umdnj.edu
Tue May 31 06:25:06 UTC 2011
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On 05/31/2011 01:35 AM, Robert Spangler wrote:
> On Tuesday 31 May 2011 00:56, the following was written:
>> Its very simple,
>> If you know basic firewall concept, we will configure source NATing from
>> public IP address to original website private address in firewall. So when
>> any users from internet access my company website, they should obviously
>> get public IP of my company website and once they get the IP address from
>> DNS, it can contact the website using source NATing in firewall.
>> Here my concern is not with NATing or firewall. My basic requirement is
>> how can i configure split DNS to maintain two different Ip address for a
>> same website.
> I think you are getting your terminology mixed up here.
> Split DNS is when you have 2 DNS servers, one internal and the other external.
> Internal server serves the clients internally and the External services the
> people on the Internet. This setup is very easy as both server hold the same
> records with the proper ip addresses.
> The other would be VIEWS. This is when you have a single DNS server serving
> both internal and external requests but you want to supply different ip
> address for the same host name depending on where the request is coming from.
> If you are thinking/talking VIEWS then give this website a look:
...the end result of which (just to check my own knowledge) is the same
as a split DNS, just without needing a second set of servers, right?
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