In the old days of setting up reseller accounts with shared hosting services like HostGator, it was simple to set up "Private Nameservers" by (after having pointed the DNS entries to the hosting ...
Our office has a private network, where any requests on a (pre-determined) public IP are forwarded to a private IP inside said network. On that private IP, we've got a server running several services, ...
It is suggested in this question that it's not a good idea to expose a private IP address via a public DNS entry. My question is then what's an elegant and easily maintainable way to allow multiple ...