I am splitting up our network, in to mutiply subnets. But will still be keeping a single DNS server that will hold both public and private ip.
How can I insure that internaly users can resolve both private and public address from DNS. while people comming in externaly will only ever see the public range?
The reason is that we are a sub network of a larger orgination. so while our servers will remain on the public IP address range (so every one can see them) or PC/Printers will move to a private IP range. they will still internaly be able to route through to the servers, but Private address will not be allowed on the WAN link to our parent company.
PC will NAT to the out side, so I dont want outside PC's picking up there Private address, both for swecurity resons and becasue the will nto be able to route back to the PC's anyway
Is there any way with out setting up two DNS servers. that I can do this?