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One DNS, one domain, two different configurations

How to split DNS configuration of the same zone, domain for two different interfaces? One interface is internal and the other is "external" network. Windows Server 2003
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hrbudn
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

You can't with Windows DNS I'm afraid.

BIND can do it with the View clause, Windows DNS cannot.

Chris
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cshepfamCommented:
on my windows dns server i configured zones for an internal and external address.  i created a primary forward zone and reverse lookup zone for the private then did the same thing for the public.  for the reverse i just entered the ip address of the public, then i did it for the private.

both zones are primary.


then for all the other servers within the network, their dns address points to the private dns server address.

i'm assuming ur attempting to host a mail/web server.
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

In my opinion it should be accept; Windows DNS cannot do what was asked, BIND can, but BIND was not mentioned nor implied so implementation is slightly outside the scope of the question without feedback from the author.

Chris
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younghvCommented:
Hi Chris -
I sat staring at this one for quite a while before going with the 'Delete - No refund'.
Let me see if I can figure out how to put this thing in reverse.

Vic
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

It is a bit ambiguous so I can understand it being a difficult choice :) I just felt it fell under the general category of "sometimes the answer is no".

Chris
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younghvCommented:
That and I'm getting fried.
2,259 abandoned questions in this Zone, going all the way back to mid-2007.
I'm about ready to call it a day.
Thanks,
Vic
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

Yeah, done a lot of the 2007 questions in the 2003 zone, just got a bit busy again recently. Ho hum :)

Enjoy the remainder of your weekend :)

Chris
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younghvCommented:
I just saw that you're a CV too.
This is a new CV Zone for me - so I'm trying to get the feel for it.
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