DNS and internet
You can maybe help me.
I have a domain name ( foo.com ) and my domain provider doesn't allow me
to get some sub domains...
I decided to have my own DNS server
Internally, the server is seems to work fine ( basic configuration made
with Webmin )
Now, how can have my sub-domains available over internet ?
Unfortunately, I have absolutely no idea.
- Should I change the DNS of my domain name provider ? ( pointing out MY
DNS server ?
- is there something else to do ?
Thanks and indvance
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