gerv at mozilla.org
Fri May 11 10:16:47 UTC 2007
Jochen Wiedmann wrote:
> 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.
I think he is suggesting that you assign different IP addresses to the
same hostname, but one in the DNS server for corporate network A and the
other in the DNS server for corporate network B.
Unless you are saying that the two networks, despite being entirely
unconnected, share the same DNS servers?
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