So, I have an NVR at a bar I work with that is port forwarded so that the manager can see the camera feed while he’s away on his phone (currently setup using IP). I have a domain redirect for them, but it is not in use right now because I can’t figure out how to get internal DNS working. So if I set up his app right now using the domain he won’t be able to see the cameras while using the bar WiFi.
Under ‘Wizards’ in the GUI, I created a static host name pointing to that IP address. This has just the host name, not the domain behind it. My DHCP servers (usings seperate VLANs for NVR, computers, WiFi, and POS) all have the same domain and the PCs receive this info through DHCP. All of my clients are pointed to the router for DNS. I can ping the NVRs IP, but NSLOOKUP (FQDN and short name) fails at the router. I think it’s still trying to resolve externally. Anyone with more DNS XP able to shed some light on this? I’ve yet to use an EdgeRouter for internal DNS.