On Tue, Apr 11, 2000 at 04:23:18PM +0100, Raf wrote:
> Right... I have some internal IP addresses which are appearing in the
> public DNS outside our own network. Anyone know of an easy way to flag
> these as local addresses only in the BIND db?
You can't do that on a per-record basis. The /zone/ with internal
addresses should not be announced publicly.
You could either have BIND listen on an internal network interface (the
best way IMO) or use an allow-query directive to deny external queries
for that zone.
Look for "split DNS" in the mailing list archives at
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