[nycbug-talk] Sanity check on new naming scheme

Matt Juszczak matt at atopia.net
Thu Apr 8 10:39:06 EDT 2010

> You can forgo the whole .internal or .local or .lcl naming scheme altogether. I my opinion it adds a layer of complexity
> that really isn't necessary. Of course you must careful with your IP addressing, and that you do not publish the internal
> DNS services out to the public. In any case it makes things cleaner for your user base especially if your organization
> has any road warriors or a lot of mobile devices that do WIFI. It's just easier if mail.mydomain.com always points to the
> right IP address regardless of where I connect my laptop, be it in the office or at Bryant Park.

Thanks for the suggestion, but I'm actually bitterly against split-horizon 
DNS for multiple reasons :)


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