[Pdns-users] Multi-homed DNS?

bdushok at luzerne.edu bdushok at luzerne.edu
Fri Aug 29 18:02:51 UTC 2003


        I know what you mean about maintaining two sets of data.  I have 
databases for edns and idns with a copy of PowerDNS Admin running against 
each.  If you find a way to integrate the data into a single database, 
please post it to the list :)


Damian Gerow <damian at sentex.net> wrote on 08/29/2003 12:46:04 PM:

> Thus spake bdushok at luzerne.edu (bdushok at luzerne.edu) [29/08/03 09:58]:
> >         That's exactly what I was trying to do :)  I've bound two IP 
> > addresses to my DNS server and created two instances of pdns, each 
> > listening to a different IP.  I've also create two databases within 
> > backend, one containing internal (private) addresses an the other with 

> > public addresses.
> Yeah, but this is exactly what I want to avoid.  And exactly what I 
think I
> /can't/ avoid, unfortunately.
> I want (to have my cake and eat it too) to be able to maintain *one*
> database with *one* set of records for a zone.  But to be able to 
> RRs to certain networks.  i.e. I have a domain example.org, and I run my
> internal LAN on that.  I don't want the world being able to do DNS 
> for internal workstations, but I /also/ don't want to have to maintain 
> copies of www.example.org, ftp.example.org, mx1.example,org,
> mx2.example.org, mx3.example.org, mail.example.org, etc.
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