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  • Replicating DNS from DMZ to internal DNS servers.

    We have a DMZ domain with its own DNS servers, let's call this the DMZ_DOMAIN domain. We also have an internal domain, let's call this the INT_DOMAIN domain where all the production servers and workstations are.

    At the moment, when we create a new server in the DMZ_DOMAIN we have to create a manual DNS entry on the DNS servers in the INT_DOMAIN. Is it possible to have all DNS entries in the DMZ_DOMAIN automatically replicate to the INT_DOMAIN and how do I set this up?

    My goal is to be able to PING, RDP, access, etc, the DMZ_DOMAIN servers from the INT_DOMAIN, from the IT dept. workstations and from some internal servers who need to access the DMZ servers.

    Thanks.
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    Re: Replicating DNS from DMZ to internal DNS servers.

    If it's an other domain, you might use conditional forwarders.
    Marcel
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