jochen.wiedmann at gmail.com
Fri May 11 10:03:42 UTC 2007
On 5/11/07, Paul <pdemarco at zoominternet.net> wrote:
> My suggestion is to use the same dns name. Or create an alias that is
> the name you want to use for both. Then each can resolve to a different
> IP address depending on which side you're on and you keep your sanity.
You can assign two IP addresses to one host name. But then, you cannot
control, which IP address the client will choose. No, I can't see that
DNS is the solution.
My cats know that I am a loser who goes out for hunting every day
without ever returning as much as a single mouse. Fortunately, I've
got a wife who's a real champ: She leaves the house and returns within
half an hour, carrying whole bags full of meal.
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