Re: Two different forwarders on bind9


HamRadio a écrit :

However, to resolve names internal to my corp's lan, I'd like to setup
two different forwarders, one for the internet (that is what I already
have now) and another one for my private lan when clients ask something
like as follows:

forwarders {; # mycorp dns1; # mycorp dns2

How could this be accomplished?

You can use per-domain forwarders. See "forward zone" type.

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