Split DNS Configuration in BIND

Robert Spangler mlists at zoominternet.net
Tue May 31 14:14:06 UTC 2011

On Tuesday 31 May 2011 02:25, the following was written:

>  > 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.
>  ...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?

Thje end result is the same.



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