Originally Posted by falko
You can either edit the hosts file on your internal computers, or set up an internal DNS server and make your internal computers use that one as the primary DNS.
That's exactly what I was trying to do (internal primary DNS), leveraging ISPConfig's interface to ease management. But it seems I'm still missing something...
My zone records are:
A "" 192.168.3.3 0
CNAME calendar ghs.google.com. 0
CNAME mail ghs.google.com. 0
CNAME pvs test.tst. 0
CNAME www test.tst. 0
MX "" aspmx.l.google.com. 1
MX "" alt1.aspmx.l.google.com. 5
MX "" alt2.aspmx.l.google.com. 5
MX "" aspmx2.googlemail.com. 10
MX "" aspmx3.googlemail.com. 10
NS "" pvs 0
pvs.test.tst is obviously the machine where ISPConfig runs and "" replaces the empty string.
I initially tried a wildcard record like
CNAME * test.tst. 0
But it seems it won't work (is there some alternative? couldn't obtain good results w/ ALIAS records for mail and calendar). So Still no "catch all" record
The problem is that it either resolves correctly internal addresses or external ones...