I have a HQ site located in the UK and all my main infrastructure is located within this site. At this site I have a VPN 3000 concentrator.
I am thinking of deploying a 878 router at our new branch office in Australia.
Now, since people in Australia will need to access stuff in the UK over the VPN link I need to give them some sort of DNS, I could either make them use their ISP dns servers or the dns servers in the UK.
I think with the latency between Australia/UK using the dns servers at the HQ site would not be a smart move, on the other hand if I use the ISP dns servers they won't be able to resolve domain.local.
I can't setup a new dns server in Australia, is there some way of doing some 'split dns' where I query the UK for domain.local and use the ISP dns servers for everything else?
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