Local resolution first and then public resolution for "google.com" domain

Matus UHLAR - fantomas uhlar at fantomas.sk
Wed Mar 31 16:47:58 UTC 2021

On 31.03.21 13:07, Roberto Carna wrote:
>Dear Matus, maybe I have not understood very well...
>I can setup a master zone as you said:
>zone "www.google.com" {
>type master;
>file "...";
>But what are the needed clauses from Bind's named.conf.options file in
>order to tell "if foo.google.com is not present in the google.com
>private zone, you have to forward the query to another server (public
>forwarder) in order to be publicly resolved" ???

that above will cover www.google.com and *.www.google.com

>El mié, 31 mar 2021 a las 12:56, Matus UHLAR - fantomas
>(<uhlar at fantomas.sk>) escribió:
>> On 31.03.21 12:49, Roberto Carna wrote:
>> >Dear, I have a BIND private DNS server which has two forwarders for
>> >public resolution.
>> >
>> >I need to create a private zone "google.com" with just one A record as follow:
>> >
>> >www.google.com IN A
>> >
>> >All the local clients will resolve www.google.com to a private address
>> >from our company.
>> >
>> >And for the other google.com records that this private BIND receives
>> >and they are not defined in the local private zone, they have to be
>> >forwarded to the public forwarders in order to be resolved as normal.
>> >
>> >Is it possible to have this scenario ???
>> yes, simply define zone
>> zone "www.google.com" {
>> type master;
>> file "...";
>> };
>> note that for this kind setup, using dnsmasq with two forwarders and www.google.com
>> overriden through /etc/hosts would be easier solution.

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