How to Configure Multiple Domains and Nameservers in VERDE
Product Line: VERDE
Yes, you can add support for
multiple Domains and Nameservers.
The way you can use multiple
AD Domains that require multiple DNS Nameservers is to install a Utility on the
Verde server called: DNS Master Query (dnsmasq)
the dnsmasq utility on the Verde server (see
a special file in the /etc folder called: dnsmasq.conf that
includes each Domain name and its supporting DNS Nameserver IP address
the /etc/resolv.conf and point to your Verde server as the initial DNS
server (i.e. 127.0.0.1)
the dnsmasq service
I have also provided a sample
version of the /etc/dnsmasq file (as
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