I have an intranet and an internet DNS domain hosted by different servers. What I want to know is can I have a computer inside my LAN get an address, say printer.domain.com, from the internal DNS server yet have a www.domain.com
query be forwarded to an external DNS server?
I used to host my own website internally, so the www.domain.com
was answered by my internal DNS server. I've since changed to an external host for my website, so I took the www hostname out of my internal facing DNS server and added it to the external facing DNS server at my web provider. My problem is now www.domain.com
is answered correctly from the outside, but when I type www.domain.com
inside my lan, I get a "Server Not Found" error. My internal DNS is setup to forward queries, but apparently it won't forward queries for the domain.com network.
I can try to explain it better if this is confusing. I need to know if this is a BIND DNS thing or is my setup messed up somehow.