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Date:      Wed, 09 Feb 2011 10:11:49 +0100
From:      Bas Smeelen <b.smeelen@ose.nl>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Partial DNS tree
Message-ID:  <4D525A55.60003@ose.nl>
In-Reply-To: <4D5254AB.5030408@cyanide-studio.com>
References:  <4D5254AB.5030408@cyanide-studio.com>

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On 02/09/2011 09=3A47 AM=2C Bastien Semene wrote=3A
=3E
=3E I=27ve seen in the past that DNS servers can resolve some FQDNs while=

=3E forwarding =28or caching=29 other resolutions of the same DN=2E
=3E But I can=27t remember the word qualifying this technology=2C and had h=
ard
=3E time finding this on google=2E Can someone please point me to the corre=
ct
=3E direction =3F
=3E
=3E The goal of this is to have some FQDN =28i=2Ee=2E =3A svn=2Edomain=2Eco=
m=29 resolved on
=3E a local network=2C and others =28i=2Ee=2E www=2Edomain=2Ecom=29 resolve=
d on the Internet=2E
=3E I think this is the best solution for a subsidiary to have local resour=
ces
=3E while also can hit remote resources=2E And it should be easy to maintai=
n=2E
=3E
You can use dnsmasq for this=2E
It=27s in /usr/ports/dns/dnsmasq



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