I have a local domain, with a local DNS-server (ClarkConnect SBS) running on the GREEN zone. I also have a ORANGE zone where there is a multi-tenant test-webserver running.
Now... my domain is jocan.local. DNS is clarkconnect.jocan.local. GREEN network is 192.168.1.0
ORANGE network is 192.168.2.0. 192.168.2.3 is the webserver. webserver.jocan.local resolves greatly to 192.168.2.3.
An Endian-firewall is what separates me from the public internet.
My multi-tenant webserver is ISPConfig 3.
Here I have the option to make a domain. So I make the domain tryout.local, with prefix www.
Question : how do I make www.tryout.local
resolve to 192.168.2.3/virtual-host-tryout ???
What do I need to change in my ClarkConnect DNS-server (holds the A-records for jocan.local) and what do I need to do in my ISPConfig-webserver (is no authorative DNS-server, has no records)
In my opinion webserver.jocan.local needs to hold the records for tryout.local (and virtual host 'www'), but how does my ClarkConnect-DNSserver knows it needs to forward DNS-requests for tryout.local to webserver.jocan.local ????
Need some DNS-lessons here...