Linux LAN domain – BIND9 and Debian

Disclaimer :: the information in this post was altered in order to avoid disclosing the real details of our internal network.

I wanted to change my LAN domain to srv.dth. All devices connected to my network must resolve this domain automatically and certain devices will have their own FQDN, like: printer.srv.dth.

domain:  srv.dth
host:    hs.srv.dth       // "home server", machine where the DNS server will run
host IP:

router.srv.dth            // ISP router
router1.srv.dth           // Home network
router2.srv.dth           // Lab 
hs.srv.dth                // DNS server
printer.srv.dth           // Printer
cam0.srv.dth              // Security cameras

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