We have a kind of granulated network structure. At the moment I have two network adapter connected to my system for two of the network areas. The Systems in network A and network B should not communicate to each other. For DNS I got a solution which works via search domains.
The Issue now: What happens if network C or later network D needs to be connected? I don't want to connect another network adapter for each network which I want to access. What I would prefer, is a solution with a managed switch, but I am not completely sure if this is the right attempt.
If it is the right attempt I imagine something like this:
- Managed Switch with each network attached
- the networks aren't able to communicate to each other
- One port for my client system.
- this port is the only one which is able to communicate to all other ports
- maybe a second port which can communicate to the other ports for a DNS server?
- Is this necessary or can I handle all the DNS-Server on my client system?