Which DNS architecture I need

Last updated 4 years ago First published 14 November, 2016

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  • Is it to serve public or private users? Private. Public. Public & private.
  • Best practice recommend to implement this only for authoritative domain names. According to your organization rules, a DDI management plateform like EfficientIP can help you to manage private and public DNS..
  • Is it to resolve your own domain names or all internet domain names? My own domains. Both, my own and all internet. All internet.
  • You are thinking to implement an open recursive DNS server. You should manage this very carefully as this DNS server should be exploited to make DNS DOS. Offering such service means that your DNS is protected to rate limit the answers sent to the client. EfficientIP offers such feature with DNS Guardian..
  • The best practice is to separate authoritative and recursive roles to avoid cache poisoning and simplify trouble shooting. Authoritative and recursive functions running on the same server can be implemented on BIND and Microsoft. EfficientIP management tools can help to separate such architecture..
  • Do you prefer in-house servers or cloud DNS hosting. In-house server. Cloud DNS.
  • We suggest you to implement EfficientIP hybrid cloud DNS architecture. With in-house DNS server and cloud DNS hosting..
  • We suggest you to implement EfficientIP hybrid cloud DNS architecture. With in-house DNS server and cloud DNS hosting..
  • Is it to resolve your own domain names or all internet domain names? Our owns. Our owns and all internet. All internet.
  • You need a fully recursive DNS server which can protect your users from bad DNS resolution. The DNS firewall must be implemented in such case. Look at the Efficient DNS firewall and turn key DNS appliance..
  • We suggest you to implement two separated kind of DNS servers. One for the recursive DNS queries and another one for you authoritative domains. The EfficientIP DDI management plateform can help you to manage such different DNS architures..
  • Is your DNS domains need to be updated by clients from multiple DNS servers? No domains are updated from a central management point. Yes clients register themselves to domains.
  • You must implement a multi-master DNS architecture. See how EfficientIP can help you..
  • You can implement a master/slaves or a primary hidden DNS architecture. See how EfficientIP can help you..

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