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This tag should only be used when it's about configuration of DNS on an on topic network device. Any general DNS service related questions are off topic.

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Experiment There is a lot of conflicting information about what actually happens on a Windows client when using split-dns. So much that I decided to gather some evidence and see where it points. I … , I initiated DNS resolution on the client. To do so, I pressed enter on srv1.internal.example.com in Google Chrome. Here are the resulting packet captures adjusted to sync their clocks and merged …
answered Mar 13 '14 by alx9r
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Split DNS ostensibly allows a remote device accessing a LAN using VPN to direct DNS queries for internal domain names to internal DNS servers while queries for public domain names are directed to … public DNS servers local to the remote device. For Cisco ASA, the operative command that claims to achieve this is split-dns. When you establish a remote access VPN connection using a Windows machine …
asked Mar 13 '14 by alx9r