DNS windows server 2003

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DNS
DNS management
Domain name servers management
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Public IP
We have configured a DNS server with a public IP on a Windows 2003 server. It is working fine and we are able to access internet through this server. We want to know whether this DNS is resolving the IPs or it is forwarding to the other DNS (defined in Hint).

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If your server IP address is the primary DNS server IP address in your network settings, your machine is using that server for DNS.

One way to check is to create a DNS entry on your server for something like testdns. Set the IP address to your machine or an internal webserver. If it is for an internal webserver, you can navigate to it by typing http://testdns in a browser. If it is your machine, ping to testdns. That will verify that your machine is using your internal DNS server.

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