Hello, I'm still learning this and I'm a bit confused about how to
configure my DNS. I have taken the time to create a network diagram as
best as I know how to help explain how things are wired. Any and all
help will be greatly appreciated.
Wow, quite a diagram. There are a few things I don't get.
First off, at what point does your network devide into 192.168.123.x and
192.168.2.x ? Is the Gigafast doing NAT for both network?
Also, can the .2 network talk to the .123 network without going through
a firewall/nat situation? If yes, the issue is simple.
You'll just set Eve up with your DNS zones and hosts. Then have Eve
forward out to the Preferred and Alternate provided by the ISP. I like
to run two DNS servers in my networks though... So I'd also run it on
adam and just mirror your zones. That way, if one goes away, you can
always cound on the other to serve your network.
If the two networks can not talk directly, then we'll need to dig into
some port forwarding or dns proxy via your firewall/nat device. It
shouldn't be to bad to set up.
As for DNS config, vim is my tool of choice. I used webmin when I was
first learning and though it did a great job with bind. If bind is your
DNS server of choice, check the man pages for examples, it is very well
Hope this is helpful.
> Hello, I'm still learning this and I'm a bit confused about how to
> configure my DNS. I have taken the time to create a network diagram
> as best as I know how to help explain how things are wired. Any and
> all help will be greatly appreciated.
> Network diagram