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Old 24th November 2011, 11:47
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Red face DNS for internet provider.

Hi linux gurus. I have a complete DNS server with primary and secondary server. Everthing works, glue, dns zones etc.

Now I dont know how it will works for internal PCs as a DNS. I want to use my server DNS for our clients, we are the Internet provider.

What I must do on DNS servers? Is there some additional settings for this?

If I am in the network of our company and define on my PC the ips of dns server it work. And if i do the same at home with connection from other company then it not work. I am wondering if is possible to work from everywere?

Thanks for reply, and sorry for my english.
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