I'm hosting some Windows servers on Rackspace, and have added them to a domain. Each server has two NICs, a
private NIC. The
public NIC has a public IPv4 and IPv6 address, while the
private NIC has an RFC1918 address for communicating with other VMs within the datacenter.
The AD DNS has registered
AAAA records for each IP address, for each client. Therefore,
CLIENT01 looking up the IP address for
CLIENT02 first gets the
AAAA record, and then the public
A record, then the private
I know for my purposes, I only want the clients communicating with each other on the private network, because public bandwidth is billable. Also, the firewalls on each device behave differently for each NIC.
Is there an easy way of specifying (as a matter of policy?) that only a specific NIC should register its address in the AD DNS, so that client name resolution for other clients only returns a private address?