I'm guessing there has to be a reasonable way to solve my issue but I'm trying to get some advice on a best practice to implement.
I have recently moved to a Web Design company and we need to be able to spoof DNS entries for websites we're working on. However we want to only override certain A records, but keep the others so the site seems to work.
i.e: We want to make "support.abcd.com" resolve locally, but everything else go to the real site. This would allow us to design/demo a fully functioning site with only the work in progress locally.
We have an internal BIND DNS server (9.9.5.dfsg-3).
What should my zone file look for "abcd.com" based on the example above?
Edit: Would this work?
IN ns1 abcd.com. IN NS ns1 support.abcd.com. IN A 192.168.1.1 faq.abcd.com. IN A 192.168.1.1 *.abcd.com. IN NS abcd.com <- External?