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Old 01-28-2005, 04:13 PM   #1
jelgavchik
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dns question


i have one real static ip address, behind it i have 3 pc with internal ips, i want to make primary dns for firstdomain.com and seconddomain.com on the slack which runs on pc with external (real) ip. and reverse them so that
first two pc from internal network would have hots on firstdomain.com like
pc1.firstdomain.com pc2.firstdomain.com and for the third internal ip (pc) i would like to set up host pc3 like pc3.seconddomain.com.Is it possible?
 
Old 01-29-2005, 02:51 AM   #2
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For you internal traffic this is possible. You just have to set up your (local) dns server for the names and ip's
For external traffic this distinction is probably not possible since the private adresses are neglected on the Internet.
 
  


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