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Posted on 2012-04-12
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Hi All

Is there a program that can monitor the DNS in real time and then change the DNS lookup based on that. So for example  is I go to www.google.com i want the DNS to be lookup via my ISP DNS, but if I go to sbs01 (an internal sever) i want to be able to re-route this to my internal DNS.

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you can put primary and secondary DNS servers...
so in primary you can put your internal server and secondary as your ISP DNS server.
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I do not know if you tried this but this is how I do it.
Screen of my DNS Fowarders
I know there is another way but off of the top of my head I cannot think of it.
Also you might try conditional fowarders I myself have never had need to play with that.
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