It's a common challenge for network admins to want a local DNS for LAN addressing ('host1' = 10.0.0.1), with the same DNS resolving public queries for host1.foo.bar to 188.8.131.52. The reason for this is to eliminate the need to go into each system and update /etc/hosts when a new system is added to the network. This HowToForge article is from 2006. Original source. Is this still valid for 2022? Can ISPConfig help with configuration of BIND Views and Zone ACLs? If so, would we put configuration data in ISPConfig custom config files rather than /etc/bind/* ? And are there any examples for doing this specifically with ISPConfig? Thanks.