Im toying around with my private network and this is what i want to achieve:
All computers on this LAN, query my DNS server (which will only be master for the certain domain I want), and for everything else, it will forward it to my ISP dns servers. Like this:
Local computer looking up computer1.apple.com ---> Local DNS server (only avail from LAN) ---> translate to local IP of a LAN computer.
Local computer look up www.google.com
---> Local DNS not master ---> ISP server ---> Give back real www.google.com
Im aware that this is most likley achieveable using the hosts files, but this is not what i want. Also I know that (in this example) the local computers would most likely not be able to reach the real apple.com domain and its website, but this is what i want. I cant see why this would be impossible due to the fact this will never be "known" to the rest of the internet as it stays strictly inside my LAN.
I been screwing around with this for quite some time now, and I just dont get it to work.
Any ideas? Using Ubuntu Server "Edgy Eft 6.10", with BIND9.
Thanks in advance