Moving DNS outside

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We are moving DNS services outside and I would like to learn more about how to set this up. We currently have AD Integrated DNS server, Primary DNS server, and Secondary DNS servers set up in our AD domain. We have 2 Domain Controllers, one on Windows 2003 w/Exchange 2003 w/GC, and one Windows 2000 system. We have one WINS server and one Print server running RAS. We have 60 Windows XP/2000 clients and 45 MAC clinets. We also have Creative Manager(browser accessable) software running on a server. Thanks!

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I am not sure what you mean when you say moving the DNS services outside? The DNS servers you have setup now will need to remain active as AD will not work without the internal DNS service. I suspect you know that already, that is why I am confused as to what you are asking.

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  • Bobkberg
    As mentioned by mpkn3rd, it's not clear what you mean by moving the DNS outside. If you mean that you want your internal DNS to be available to the outside world...DON'T! If you mean that you want certain information to be available to the outside world, then you need to set up an "external-only" DNS which has ONLY the information that the outside world needs. If you mean something else, then please re-post a clarification describing exactly what you're trying to accomplish. Once you've described what you're trying to get at, then the folks in this group will be better able to help you. Bob
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