[Chugalug] internal DNS
dwrudy at gmail.com
Sun Oct 6 20:13:29 UTC 2013
You could also do this with BIND.
The first thing I googled for was "bind for internal DNS" and found this
link on how you can setup BIND for a dual-prong approach: providing
internal DNS, but also acting as your DNS to the outside world:
If you decide to go this route, feel free to hit me up with any questions.
I've never taken this exact approach before, but have used BIND a number of
different times for different scenarios, as you know. :)
On Sun, Oct 6, 2013 at 3:53 PM, Mike Harrison <cluon at geeklabs.com> wrote:
> The perfect solution.
> It does nice tricks when coupled with certain DHCP configurations.
> From my Android phone on T-Mobile. The first nationwide 4G network.
> -------- Original message --------
> From: Nick Smith <nick at nicksmith.us>
> Date: 10/06/2013 1:44 PM (GMT-05:00)
> To: CHUGALUG <chugalug at chugalug.org>
> Subject: [Chugalug] internal DNS
> Hey Guys!
> Im looking for an internal DNS solution to be able to resolve my internal
> machines by name and not screw up external lookups.
> My home network has grown enough and im lazy enough that i dont want to
> keep trying to remember each machines ip address haha.
> I dont want a full blown AD type environment, and i know samba can act as
> a domain controller but ive never tried to use it as such. I dont need all
> the security stuff involved with an AD/LDAP type environment, just
> something purely for local name resolution.
> Short of editing the hosts files on every single machine is there
> something out there that does what ive described and makes it easy to
> manage if i add/remove a machine or change an IP address?
> It can be a dedicated box or I can add it to one of my many linux VMs.
> Hoping for a linux solution but it doesnt have to be.
> My pfsense box finally died and i never got around to trying to make it a
> local dns server. So now im on a stock asus router. (and i get alot more of
> my gig speed with it vs pfsense so im going to stick with it for now)
> Thanks for any suggestions.
> Nick Smith
> nick at nicksmith dot us
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