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We have a DEV and QA site as well as a UAT and Production. The prod and uat are external, but the dev and QA are internal.

We have the following sites:

I want to set up the following that point to an internal address:

Can I set these up in the external DNS for or more to the point, will this cause issues?

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No it should not cause any problems, you could even use views to ensure those records are only visible when requested from your internal network

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Yes, this is possible. I'm not sure how well advised it is, though

Who manages your DNS service? Could you go with a split views solution?

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While it should be quite possible, it depends on whether the software from your supplier allows you to configure such a thing. If you are using Linux/POSIX/Unix boxes you can overload domains using dnsmasq


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