Run a DNS(bind) service on registered domain for name resolution globally
I have a domain name 'mydomain.net' purchased/registered for one of the cloud server(ubuntu) and its pointing to the server(nslookup). I have installed DNS(bind) service with the domain 'mydomain.net'. Now I'm trying to add some host records for other cloud servers(all has static public ip) so that I can access them globally anywhere with the name assigned as host records in the DNS.
I added some hosts(I use webmin to manage DNS) like 'xx.xx.xx.xx--->station1.mydomain.net for name resolution but I could not resolve their names.
Many times I installed & configured local dns servers with no publicly registered domain name. But I didn't not understand what the concept behind running DNS for global name resolution. Anybody could tell me here if it's actually possible?
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