Supporting ISA Firewall networks protecting illegal top-level domains

Wednesday, 1 June 2005, 1:34 AM EST

Of all the issues in ISA firewall networking, the one that most commonly gets people hot under the collar is that of the split DNS. I’ve never been able to figure out why barriers go up for a lot of folks when you begin to talk about a split DNS. Maybe it’s because they believe they need to rename their internal network domains, or that they think there is an adverse security impact, or maybe its just because DNS is so difficult to understand in the first place, that the idea of further complicating the issue puts them over the edge.

By Thomas Shinder at ISA Server.

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