confirmation for DNS-settings


M

Maxwell

In our Windows 2000 AD domain,with internet access, we
have five domain controllers, about 80 win 2000 / win xp
workstations(DHCP) and two stand-alone servers(static IP).

I would like to know, are the current dns settings
correct.

PDC 1 (dns server),ip 192.168.1.4, dns 192.168.1.4

BDC 2 (dns server),ip 192.168.2.4, dns1 192.168.1.4,dns2
192.168.2.4, dns3 ISP's dns-address

BDC 3,ip 192.168.3.4, dns 192.168.1.4

BDC 4,ip 192.168.4.4, dns 192.168.1.4

BDC 5,ip 192.168.5.4, dns 192.168.1.4

stand-alone server 1, dns1 192.168.2.4, dns2
192.168.1.4,dns3 ISP's DNS-address

stand-alone server 2, dns1 192.168.2.4,dns2
192.168.1.4,dns3 ISP's DNS-address
 
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K

Kevin D. Goodknecht Sr. [MVP]

In
Maxwell said:
In our Windows 2000 AD domain,with internet access, we
have five domain controllers, about 80 win 2000 / win xp
workstations(DHCP) and two stand-alone servers(static IP).

I would like to know, are the current dns settings
correct.

PDC 1 (dns server),ip 192.168.1.4, dns 192.168.1.4

BDC 2 (dns server),ip 192.168.2.4, dns1 192.168.1.4,dns2
192.168.2.4, dns3 ISP's dns-address

BDC 3,ip 192.168.3.4, dns 192.168.1.4

BDC 4,ip 192.168.4.4, dns 192.168.1.4

BDC 5,ip 192.168.5.4, dns 192.168.1.4

stand-alone server 1, dns1 192.168.2.4, dns2
192.168.1.4,dns3 ISP's DNS-address

stand-alone server 2, dns1 192.168.2.4,dns2
192.168.1.4,dns3 ISP's DNS-address

Remove your ISP's DNS from all Domain members and DCs and your OK. Do not
use an ISP's DNS in any position on any member of an AD domain.
 
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Guest

Hi,

I done it, and no problem. Thanks Kevin

Kevin D. Goodknecht Sr. said:
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Remove your ISP's DNS from all Domain members and DCs and your OK. Do not
use an ISP's DNS in any position on any member of an AD domain.
 

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