I have a quick functionality question about CNR v6.3
Let's say I have a domain - abc.com I have my service provider host my external DNS for abc.com. host records there point to public NAT addresses on my firewall. Internally I create it abc.com CNR and the host records point to my DMZ private addresses.
Now - for a couple of these abc.com host records - they point to a 3rd party. On CNR - is there a way to tell it if you can't look something up in your abc.com zone info (eg. 3rdparty.abc.com) - forward that to my external DNS IP? Or must I define those host records internally on CNR as well?
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