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DNS for internal sites in VPN

Hi,

in my setup I have an ASA 5510 that acts as a DHCP server, setting up client's dns correctly, thus allowing to resolve either local addresses, say myhost.mylan.local, and external addresses, say cisco.com.

 

If I connect with VPN client via UMTS, since I have to enable split tunnel, myhost.mylan.local tries to get resolved  by UMTS ISP provider, i.e. it doesn't get resolved. How can I solve the problem, i.e. how can I make addresses resolved by local dns???

 

Thanks

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Hi,you will need to configure

Hi,

you will need to configure feature called split-dns

Syntax is here:

split-dns {value domain-name1 domain-name2 domain-nameN | none}

Then you will be able to resolve your myhost.mylan.local specified in split-dns and also internet DNS names.

HTH,

Jan

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Bronze

Hi,you will need to configure

Hi,

you will need to configure feature called split-dns

Syntax is here:

split-dns {value domain-name1 domain-name2 domain-nameN | none}

Then you will be able to resolve your myhost.mylan.local specified in split-dns and also internet DNS names.

HTH,

Jan

Community Member

Thanks, you're right. BTW for

Thanks,

 

you're right.

 

BTW for me I've choosen to force all DNS requests to go on the tunnel with:

 

split-tunnel-all-dns enable

 

Ciao

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