DNS zone


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Adde

I have two separate domains that are connected via a trust. One is runing
Server 2003 and the other Server 2000. I have setup a Stub zone in the Server
2003 DNS to access resources on the 2000 domain. How do I setup the DNS for
the 2000 domain to achieve what the stub zone does in 2003?

/Adde
 
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Ace Fekay [MVP]

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Adde said:
I have two separate domains that are connected via a trust. One is
runing Server 2003 and the other Server 2000. I have setup a Stub
zone in the Server 2003 DNS to access resources on the 2000 domain.
How do I setup the DNS for the 2000 domain to achieve what the stub
zone does in 2003?

/Adde

On the 2000 DNS, create a secondary zone of the 2003's zone. You can also
forward everything to them, but that also entails all internet requests too.

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Ace

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Ace Fekay, MCSE 2003 & 2000, MCSA 2003 & 2000, MCSE+I, MCT,
MVP Microsoft MVP - Directory Services
Microsoft Certified Trainer

Infinite Diversities in Infinite Combinations
 
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Adde

I was trying to limit the zone to SOA, NS and host record for the server
only. Can I do that if I create a secondary zone?

/Adde
 
A

Ace Fekay [MVP]

In
Adde said:
I was trying to limit the zone to SOA, NS and host record for the
server only. Can I do that if I create a secondary zone?

/Adde

SOA (Start of Authority) would not be a secondary but rather the Master.

Ace
 
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Dean Wells \(MVP\)

No, 2K support no such capability ... upgrade, suffer the consequences
of forwarding everything to 2K3 or use a secondary.

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Dean Wells [MVP / Directory Services]
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