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DNS Exclusion?

DNS Exclusion?

DNS Exclusion?

I'm trying to find the best way to do this, but we have a tunnel to a customer and I want to use our DNS server to resolve to their webpages. For example our domain is abc.com and I added another primary DNS zone that is def.com. Threw our vpn tunnel there is an ip of that I want our users to hit with website.def.com However, if I want to hit anything else at .def.com I have to manually enter this in, such as www.def.com.

Is there a way to just add the few DNS entries I need to def.com and have the rest (*.def.com) go out to the internet for DNS?

Hopefully this makes sense. Thanks for the help!

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