Re: MS DNS Server on Multihomed Host

Juergen Weiss ( (no email) )
Mon, 8 Dec 1997 19:35:11 +0100

I would set a up a primary in one class c and a secondary in the other. T=
primary (and the secondary) can serve all your domains out of both class =
(and much more). DNS is not corelated to class c or anything else. Your
primary can be "anywhere in the world". Of course your class c has to hav=
e a
working default gateway.

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Von: Damian Dunphy <>
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Datum: Montag, 8. Dezember 1997 18:20
Betreff: MS DNS Server on Multihomed Host

>Has anyone tried the following ?
>If so what results.
>A NT Server Bridging two class c Networks, running MS DNS Server. The tw=
>class C's have primary DNS Servers on them (As well as secondary), will =
>DNS Stand up to fielding DNS requests from both sides (i.e. can both
>primaries be put on one central Box.) ?
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