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Havent been on the forums in a while but I was wondering if someone could help me out with this.

I wanted to set up a TLD on my local network. I would prefer to use Bind in Ubuntu. But I already have a server 2003 box set up with the proper roles installed.

Could anyone please direct me on how to go about creating a TLD for my local network?

-Sebastian

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You just create a zone file like you would for any other domain but with your local TLD.

I did at one point do this, but couldnt justify having an entire DNS server for a few local domains to make my life a bit easier, so what I do now is just add a couple of entries to my host (/etc/hosts) when I set up a machine.

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