Noip FQDN >> PfSense >> Authorative DNS
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Hello I thought I better ask a couple questions reguarding authoritative DNS servers behind a PfSense router and how best to manage my example.net FQDN and sub domains if any.
As of now all VM's are running static ip in the DMZ ( still locking it down ) 192.168.100.0/28 / WAN is dhcp from another router on campus
pf.sample.net is the PfSense router
1 - If I have my own dns name server with authority over my fqdn how could it respond to requests threw the campus modem/router and then threw the PfSense router ?
2 - Is there a way to let noip handle the domain and its subs like a reverse proxy that will not play havoc with SSL ?
3 - What ip would be used for my ns1.sample.net instead of the default noip one? campus's external ip ?
It be a a lot different if I was just going they a modem I owned threw the PfSense router and then DNS… This is a little deeper than I am used to dealing with and thought I should ask around for a answers or pitfalls that I know I might will run into. But I would like to manage my own fqdn and its subs or any other domain names that might have to be pointed to my server/servers.