multiple domains on single ip need local dns server?
Perhaps a tad odd question that is not Linux like, but I've got a simple problem:
Got a working Linux server and I want to have several sites (doimains) available from this server. My ISP told me that I need a DNS server (got BIND 9 atm) if I wish to have multiple domains registered on one physical machine.
I find it a tad odd that I have to have a DNS server on that machine, why can't his DNS server (on his machine) do the redirecting and just redirect to a different local link.
Do I really need a DNS server on my end to have multiple sites on a single public IP address, can't it be done from a remote DNS server?