Hi, I have just one internet IP address and now, I want to register a domain and publish my DNS, at present I have one AD integrated DNS to resolve both internal and external (thru forwarders) names and I don't want to change my internal network configuration, so I want to use same names for both internal and external resources, I read Tom's article on DNS publishing recommending several options, I think I can use another DNS resolving my domain names(pointing to my only internet IP address) from the internet and my current DNS for internal resolution, my questions are: can I put this new DNS on ISA server? Is this the best way to do what I'm trying to do? Is there a special procedure required to do this or the only way is a new machine for incoming DNS requests?
BTW, Tom, will be a "DNS publishing part II" article?
From: Seattle, WA
I don't think that would be a very good idea. For one your AD would be exposed to the internet. Second you would need to script additions of the static names to the ad intergrated zone daily or whatever you set the zone ttl to be. Third, spliting the zone to inside and outside will make controling resources more difficult.
So John, you think the best way to put my domain to work is a new DNS out of my internal network? I thought in putting a standard (not AD) on the ISA server for external DNS and leave my internal (AD integrated) DNS for internal name resolution.