At 11:56am on Tue Dec 22 1992, Donald R. Proctor <sybase!donp @
> The best approach is probably to set up an "internal" DNS domain and
> an "external" DNS domain. The internal domain servers would talk to
> internal root servers, and the external domain servers would talk to
> the "real" root servers.
> Also, you may not have a need to advertise the name of every host on
> your network to the outside world.
This scenario was brought up in Rob Kolstad's DNS tutorial at LISA VI.
Somebody mentioned that Smoot Carl-Mitchell had made available the code
necessary to set this up, with the bastion host knowing both internal
and external DNS info, but not advertising the internal info to the world.
Does somebody have a pointer to this stuff, or Smoot's email address,
or any other info?
Todd Williams UNIX Systems Coordinator todd @
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MacNeal-Schwendler Corp. ("MSC"), 815 Colorado Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90041
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