DNS can be a subdomain

John Miller johnmill at brandeis.edu
Tue Jun 26 21:12:59 UTC 2018

Hi Elias,

Generally not.  Unless .intra is a valid top-level-domain, and
company.intra is registered with the .intra registrars, your external
DNS will need to be different.  And in any case, you probably want
your public Internet presence to reflect your actual company name and
be in a TLD that people are expecting to see (.com if you're a
business, .org if a non-profit, country-based TLD depending on where
you're at, etc.).


On Tue, Jun 26, 2018 at 4:03 PM, Elias Pereira <empbilly at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> My external DNS can be a subdomain of my root domain?
> Eg:
> root domain: company.intra
> external dns: named.company.intra
> --
> Elias Pereira
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John Miller
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