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Setting up internal / private networking DNS?
Is it possible to setup DNS for private / internal only network interfaces? For example suppose I have a private network interface 10.128.2.18 and I name it
pnv1. I could add this to
/etc/hosts, but if the network address changes, I have to update
/etc/hosts for every single client that needs to access
pnv1. So I’m wondering if digital ocean supports private networking DNS? I’m hoping I could essentially point
/etc/hosts/ to this service and the service would then return the network address the client is trying to look up.
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