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Split DNS setup for site to site VPN

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Hi there, i have a site to site VPN setup for a between a Netscreen 5GT and a NS50, thats all work fine.
I want to setup split DNS so the user with the 5GT uses the corporate DNS server on our network for name resolution for the mail server/file server etc and the ISP DNS for everything else. I know i need to use proxy dns in the netscreen and have played around with DHCP/DNS setting in here but cant get it to work. When i have DHCP pointing to the netscreen for DNS I cant seem to resolve anything.
Thanks very much.
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This is normally achieved by setting the DNS server for everything to your domain's DNS server, then setting a couple of forwarding DNS servers on that.

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That would be fine for internal users but i have a remote user at home with s site to site back into the office. Juniper have a split DNS solution in the C&E guide so i am hoping someone out there has set it up and working. The only way i can get things working at the moment is by pointing the PC to the office dns server which isnt really practical.
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