Please help with Cisco SRV DNS record

hi,
I need to create the two DNS SRV records on my internal Windows 2008 R2 DNS server .
however, i need them both to resolve differently on two  different network segments.
In Japan i need the record to resolve  to the JP server and in us i need it to resolve to the NY record.

Problem is that it is in the same  DNS zone (cant use subZone ) and it is one domain name so records replicate over...
below are the records (needless to say, this is driving me MAD:) )

_collab-edge._tls.example.com   SRV service location:
          priority       = 3
          weight         = 7
          port           = 8443
          svr hostname   = JP-vcse1.example.com
_collab-edge._tls.example.com   SRV service location:
          priority       = 4
          weight         = 8
          port           = 8443
          svr hostname   = NY-vcse2.example.com
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:
_tls is a sub-zone you know. Or is it shared with something else? If not, I suggest you explore creating that as a sub-domain and control access that way.

Views (in MS DNS) based on network location (or other policies) don't come in until Server 10 becomes available.

Network mask ordering is the only other way MS DNS has of tweaking the response based on client location, but it has some very serious limitations. It only works for A records, and both the client and the target IP of the A record must reside in the same classful range (you can change to A, B or C but that's the extent of it).

Chris
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PleaseAnswerAuthor Commented:
Thanks Chris!
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