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Is this normal? YES! dig +trace recursively resolves the domain. it starts by querying the root servers, and so on. The same way any resolver would by default, Since the site is hosted within your LAN, you are able to skip the recursion and serve up the zone directly from your LAN's DNS server - which you are doing. Furthermore, you are able to specify a ...
This depends on how much control and how much complexity you want to manage/afford. However, your biggest hurdle is if your datacenters are using a similar subnet schemes in multiple datacenters; example, using 172.16.0.0/24 in two or more datacenters. If all the datacenters are under your management and you can sign off on it, set up an MPLS between all ...
If I understand correctly, you want one of them to be a gateway, but be able to create a single network. If so, set them up as a wireless bridge. http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Client_Bridged
See https://github.com/figiel/hosts for a way to do exactly what you ask. That is a small library, loaded via LD_PRELOAD and which overrides gethostbyname() and several related functions that programs use for DNS resolution. It works well for me. The only caveat that I found is that Chrome web browser does not use native DNS resolution, but instead ...
Physically connect the interfaces to the correct networks Give the interfaces IP addresses, do not set a gateway on the LAN adapter If your LAN has more than a single subnet/vlan, then you will have to setup static routes for your networks with routes pointing at the appropriate router.
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