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Old 22nd August 2010, 09:01 PM
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Multiple vlan networks, one dns server

I'm trying to consolidate some DNS servers into one, and I'm curious how hosts would handle multiple IP records on a single hostname.

For example, the server athena.example.com has an interface on, and on If I ping athena.example.com the resolved ip seems to cycle through all three addresses, so responces are only recieved when the network the pinging host is on matches the resolved ip address.

Is there any way to seperate the resolved ip address according to which interface/network the request is made to? (a la DHCPd)
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