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DNS Delegation Question
I have a few dedi's ( CentOS & FreeBSD mostly ) and a small pool of ips. I have an acquaintance who runs a windows network and am wondering if there is a way I can delegate some of our ip address to their network through bind.
How might this be done?
Are your servers located in the same NOC/Facility as the Windows network?
No, ours are in Dallas and theirs are in Chicago I believe. If possible, this will end up being purely through the internet instead of a network configuration.
I am thinking it has something to do with them adding the ip to their network and then our nameservers pointing to theirs? Not altogether solid on the concept yet
I think you've got the wrong end of the stick about how IP works, you want to physically move an IP from one location to another? Not going to work.
IP's have nothing to do with DNS in terms of how they are routed.
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Figures. I was reading some article on the net about it but obviously its reliability wasn't too good
You can possibly use an IP Tunnel, try searching it on google.