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Date:      Wed, 09 Feb 2011 09:47:39 +0100
From:      Bastien Semene <bsemene@cyanide-studio.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Partial DNS tree
Message-ID:  <4D5254AB.5030408@cyanide-studio.com>

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Hi everyone,

This is not the preferred mailing list to ask this question, but I think 
people here can easily answer.

I've seen in the past that DNS servers can resolve some FQDNs while 
forwarding (or caching) other resolutions of the same DN.
But I can't remember the word qualifying this technology, and had hard 
time finding this on google. Can someone please point me to the correct 
direction ?

The goal of this is to have some FQDN (i.e. : svn.domain.com) resolved 
on a local network, and others (i.e. www.domain.com) resolved on the 
Internet.
I think this is the best solution for a subsidiary to have local 
resources while also can hit remote resources. And it should be easy to 
maintain.

Thank you !

-- 
Bastien Semene
Administrateur Réseau&  Système

Cyanide Studio - FRANCE




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