My LAN has some 192.168.x.x networks. Each of them is connected (with BM 3.7) to another 192.168.x.x network (i call it Transfer LAN), which has an internet connection through a hardware router (dynamic IP).
I have DNS/DHCP installed in one of the 192.68.x.x LAN's (lets call it LAN A). I set up a 168.192.IN-ADDR.ARPA Zone, which gets resource records from DHCP. So far, so good.
An application (running on a NW6.0 Server) within LAN A does a reverse lookup to a destination (Win2k Client) which is also located within LAN A and has a PTR within the 168.192.IN-ADDR.ARPA Zone.
The problem: This reverse lookup is not answered by the DNS Server (NW 6.0 SP3, BM 3.7) within LAN A, instead it is send to DNS Servers on the internet. I set a filter ( for the 168.192.IN-ADDR.ARPA Zone, but the request is still send to internet DNS servers.
1. How can i prevent reverse lookups for private addresses to be send to the internet?
2. Why does the DNS server in LAN A not answer directly to this reverse lookup?