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Old 21st January 2007, 14:06
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Default DNS resolution?

I think I want to have some suggestions on how to proceed ahead for the DNS resolutions?

The Context:
I have a remote server with two static public IPs which has been managed as ns1.domain1.com and ns2.domain.com. Likewise I have webservers in two locations: one with static public IP (single) and another with dynamic IP.

The Question:

Now, can I use the DNS (BIND9) in the remote server with two public IP to point to the TLDs (top level domains) that I want to host in the local servers (with a single static IP and dyanmic IPs).

I know that experts in this forum can guide me. Thanks!
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Old 22nd January 2007, 08:15
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Sure you can. Look for a provider allowing you to host the dns-stuff on your own servers, if not done so, yet.
The only thing is the machine with the static IP. You should take care that you have short ttls for each zone or record pointing to that dynamic IP. Next thing is you have to report the new dynamic IP in case of change to the primary of your dns-servers.
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