There is a Windows Domain Server and DNS installed on it.
There are users in LAN and domain name is
Web server with IP address 192.168.10.124 is written in that Windows DNS server like this:
name_of_web Host(A) 192.168.10.124
When users in that LAN type
name_of_web in their browsers, webpage opens.
DNS is working, no problem. Hostname of this web server is:
Now I installed DNS server in Linux.
My aim: to advertise this new DNS server to my branch offices.
For example, when staff of branch office types
name_of_web in browser,
webpage should open.
Staff of branch office has to add my DNS server ip address to network configurations, and I should open access to my DNS server in router, that is clear.
According to these, I have some questions:
1. In Linux DNS server, what do I have to write in the domain name? I mean, what will be my zone name?
2. How should I write A record for web server in right way?
It means I will have 2 DNS servers, and now web server is in 1st
PS: ip address of new Linux DNS server is 192.168.10.127.