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Subject: hostname resolution: where to setup DNS for private lans ?
From: Gregory Hosler <gregory.hosler,AT,eno,DOT,ericsson,DOT,se>
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 02:40:53 +0100

Hi

I am setting up the following setup (probably a default common one)

  Private LAN A --- Gateway A <--internet--> Gateway B ------- Private Lan B
  198.162.1.xxx      x.x.x.x                  x.x.x.x          198.162.2.xxx
                   198.162.1.1               198.162.2.1

Both gateways will be running CIPE/Masquerading, as well as DNS to serve each
respective local private lan.

My question is: how do hosts on Private Lan A resolve names for hosts on
Private Lan B ? Is it as simple as pointing the resolv.conf on Lan A hosts 
to Gateway B *and* Gateway A ?

Sort of related: Shall the domain name of Lan A be different from Lan B ? does
is matter if they are the same ? does it matter if they are different ?

tips, pointers to documentation, answers, all appreciated.

best rgds,

-Greg

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Date: 14-Jan-03
Time: 09:11:39

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