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Zone secondary in one dns view and the primary server in another view

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Hi guys,

I have two dns views, one called Branch and aother one called Backoffice.

There's one domain called rh.corp that  exists in the view Backoffice and I need to create this zone as secondary in the view Branch.

So, I need to know if it is possible to create a secondary zone in one view Branch and put a dns member of this view as secondary and a member of the view Backoffice as the primary.  

Is it possible?

If so, what is the procedure?
Thanks in advance

Re: Zone secondary in one dns view and the primary server in another view

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@jair wrote:

Hi guys,

I have two dns views, one called Branch and aother one called Backoffice.

There's one domain called rh.corp that  disney hub exists in the view Backoffice and I need to create this zone as secondary in the view Branch.So, I need to know if it is possible to create a secondary zone in one view Branch and put a dns member of this view as secondary and a member of the view Backoffice as the primary.  

Is it possible?If so, what is the procedure? Thanks in advance


Any take on this?

Re: Zone secondary in one dns view and the primary server in another view

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As described in the Infoblox Admin guide https://docs.infoblox.com/display/nios85/About+DNS+Views , DNS views should be used different versions of DNS data depending on the DNS host/client that is requesting it. As the example with Internal and External DNS views describes , provide your internal DNS clients with the private IP address of a host and provide your external DNS clients with a public/external IP address for the same host.

 

Your question to use DNS views to configure primary and secondary DNS servers for a zone will not be possible. 

 

You could use different DNS members inside your Grid to differentiate and have primary and secondary DNS servers serving your DNS zone.

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