DNS Packet Drops

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Tags:
Availability
Bandwidth
Cabling
DHCP
DNS
Hardware
Hubs
Microsoft Windows
NetBIOS
Network monitoring
Networking
Networking services
Performance management
Ping
Routers
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TCP
The server running on windows 2003 (not primry domain) is used as DHCP server to issue client IP. I configured a 2wire router on this. but the conectivity to server keeps droping now and then. Could anyone here please let me know the possible cause? Best regards,
ASKED: May 1, 2007  12:31 PM
UPDATED: May 4, 2007  1:00 PM

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You will need to supply more information than that. Your subject field says “DNS Packet Drops”, but your email itself mentions “connectivity”.

I say this because most DNS traffic is UDP, and therefore connectionless, and because you only describe the W2003 server as a DHCP server for the 2Wire router.

If you write back (to the group) with more detail about exactly what behavior you’re seeing, (or NOT seeing), we will be better able to help you.

Bob

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