We are using Active Directory for our internal corp DNS. I am connected to the corp network using GlobalProtect VPN (multi-gateway). I'm able to resolve names in our primary DNS zone across the VPN tunnel. I just added a new zone, which overrides a public zone - database.windows.net. And, I added an A record to it: <myHostName>.database.windows.net. When I am on a server in eth corp network, the A record resolves using the FQDN. However, from my laptop, using the VPN gateway, the DNS does not resolve to eth internal A record IP. It resolves to a public IP.
How do I tell GlobalProtect to make that DNS zone and the A record available to clients connecting vi VPN gateway?
Yes, I'm a total GlobalProtect noob. I will be passing this info on to our network peeps to config the gateways (hopefully). Thank you!
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