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Using .local for internal websites [duplicate]

Is it okay to use app.mycoolname.local for URLs that are private / internal? We have several applications that are web based, but they are private apps and are not exposed to the public. We have ...
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Querying DNS for CNAMEs for a server

Is there a way to query our internal DNS entries to discover all the CNAME entries that point to a particular server? Edit: We're a Windows environment, Server 2003.
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how to setup local DNS service in office?

i want to use the the domain name example.local instead of 192.168.1.100 in the local context. in the mean while, the user will still be able to access the Internet. anyone can help to suggest what ...
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Wildcard DNS like “*-test.example.com”

Is it possible to set up a wildcard domain like "*-test.example.com"? The main reason I'm asking is because I'm in the process of setting up Continuous Integration with Jenkins, and we'd like to ...
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how to request/acquire all records from a DNS?

I want to see what nodes exist under a certain domain from within the domain. Short of querying every valid ip address within that domain, is there a way to get all records/map the network?
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List all DNS records in a domain using dig?

My company runs an internal DNS for "mycompany.com" There is a machine on the network that I need to find, but I've forgotten it's name. If I could see a list, it would probably jog my memory. ...
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What do I do when I've locked my self out of a newly created Active Directory server?

I've just setup a Windows 2003 server as the DNS/AD for a replace of an old server. However, it appears that I don't know the password for the Administrator account. I entered the Restore Mode ...
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DNS consolidation, how to serve both internal network and the internet

Currently we have a following setup. We have two domain controllers which also serve as DNS servers, used as resolvers by local clients. We also have external autoritative DNS servers for exact same ...
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Suggestions for transitioning to new GW/private network

I am replacing a private T1 link with a new firewall device with an ipsec tunnel for a branch office. I am trying to figure out the right way to transition folks at the new site over to the new ...
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How can I search Domain Integrated DNS Entries

Example: I have a server named server1.domain.local I have lots of CNAME entries in various forward lookup zones pointed to server1.domain.local I want to decomission server1, and have a new server, ...
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BIND9 Forwarding by view

Hi I think this is a simple issue, I'd like to forward only to certain IPs in the LAN network, for example I have 2 acl lists: acl "office1" { 192.168.1.15; // With internet access }; acl ...
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Split DNS - Cleanest solution for easy maintenance?

We have split DNS set up for our domain, which causes internal clients to resolve different DNS records from external clients. As it is right now, the two zones are managed completely separately. For ...
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Logging DNS requests on a windows DNS resolver

How can i log DNS requests sent by clients to a windows DNS resolver without using the debug log file technique? It can be a windows 2008+ only solution edit 1 - some additional background: i ...
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In spite of correct DNS, Exchange sending to wrong destination server for single outbound domain

My company uses an SBS 2003 server and makes use of Exchange to host our own email. We also have a linux server hosting domains for some of our clients. In order for us to send to those clients, we ...
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configuring bind to serve a default IP for DNS queries

I'm setting up a meeting and I'd like to have the computers here (which are for accessing the meeting website only) blocked from accessing the public Internet. I'd like to set up bind to return the ...
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Windows DNS keeps re-registering deleted ip addresses

I have 2 nameservers running Windows Server 2008. On these servers we have routeable and private/non-routeable ( 10. _ . _ ._ ) IPs. The problem is that a query for the nameserver's network name ...
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BIND not pointing to right IPs

This is more of an experiment to learn and understand BIND/NAMED more but here is what I have. I set my computers DNS to my linux server's IP. I have BIND9 running with the following entry: $TTL ...
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Use LAN DNS server when unqualified domain names are requested

I'd like to be able to serve unqualified domain names like "pos" or "website" from my DNS server on my LAN and have regular DNS queries like "google.com" be served from my router. On my router, under ...
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Intranet with local DNS resolution issues

I have a DNS server running on Windows Server 2003 that is configured as the primary DNS server for my intranet. I have several DNS entries for our QA server and other local addresses set up there. ...
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bind9 DNS Ubuntu names pingible on server, but not on Windows Machines?

I setup a DNS server today on Ubuntu, following this tutorial. My intent was to setup my network for dns-name resolving on the private LAN within a single zone (nothing fancy I just want name ...
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How do I make my internal dns forward requests to a given server

We have a DNS server internally that looks up IP addresses for all internal hosts and connects to root dns servers for all other domains (the rest of the internet). Here is my config options { ...
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How do I set up DNS to respond to one or two hosts in a domain with my entries and forward the rest?

I'm not that familiar with DNS, I have a DNS server that handles all of our internal DNS entries and its fine. However we have a software package now that points to a host that exists "publicly" ...