aaron.trevena at gmail.com
Fri May 11 11:59:54 UTC 2007
On 11/05/07, Gervase Markham <gerv at mozilla.org> wrote:
> 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.
That's what I thought of, but I think he has a people rather than
technical problem here ..
It would be trivial to set up an single domain on DNS servers for both
LANs, but from what he's said about not being able to change the
network I don't think that would happen. i.e. anything outside
bugzilla itself is outside his control.
Best advice could well be to leave the nasty hack in place and shout
out respective network admins until they provide an address that works
on both networks, or set up suitable DNS.. which if he can do it
successfully would make a nice scenario to discuss in his next job
interview when he finds somewhere with network managers who care about
business needs ;)
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