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    Why does my reverse DNS show no host?

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  • Multiple VLANs with Local DNS

    Hello guys, I configured router on a stick with multiple VLANs in Cisco 1800 I noticed this error when add VLAN 5 my local DNS won't resolve the URL request, but my first,second & third VLANs are working fine you can surf to the internet using my local DNS. is there a limitation of VLANs in...

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  • Window Server 2003: Where to put the IP of ISP?

    In Windows Server 2003 domain controller it is recommended that the DNS should be its own IP address, so where should I put the IP of ISP?

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  • What are the differences between a WINS server and DNS server?

    What are the differences between a WINS server and DNS server? Thanks.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Preferred DNS keeps changing without my permission

    Hello, I have directed my PC's preferred DNS to my main server, but every time it keeps changing to a weird IP, an it doesn't stop. Even though I change it back, when I return to the IP properties, its back to that weird IP. Would much appreciate your help. Thanks

    Shey2k730 pointsBadges:
  • Testing DNS Server

    Testing the DNS server for issues on Windows 2003. I am seeing websites sometime return incorrect IP addresses. Can this be a DNS cache issue? How can I troubleshoot it?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Specific site access issues with Java Runtime 6 through proxy

    I am a contractor new to this particular company. One of the departments in my production environment requires JRE to access a specific financial website through our proxy server. With 17 of 19 clients (WinXP SP2 fully patched), access is OK - no issues. With 2 of 19, the financial website...

    Pressler29042,190 pointsBadges:
  • Users can’t access website hosted offsite from inside network.

    Here is the configuration and then I will explain the problem: 1 Windows 2003 server DNS and DHCP running on sigle server. 10 Windows XP users Currently when the domain is setup using the name of the company which is also the domain name for their registered website i.e www.xyz.com is doamin...

    Ajmcgary730 pointsBadges:
  • New Active Directory Domain Issues

    We have just created a new Win2K AD Domain and the Win2K Server seems to running well. WE have several PC's and a standalone server that we have joined to the domain, the problem is that when we reboot the standalone aerver and try to login to the domain we get an RPC Server unavailable and then...

    Delebute20040 pointsBadges:
  • Configure DNS, Active Directory, firewall, proxy and DHCP

    How would I be able to configure DNS, Active Directory, proxy settings, and DHCP?

    meiyarul10 pointsBadges:
  • dhcp&dns relation in active directory

    dhcp&dns relation in active directory

    Mgthakare5 pointsBadges:
  • W2K Advance Server 2 nics, DHCP and DNS enabled, clients cannot connect to internet, server can

    Hello, I have a W2K Advance Server using a router with the following informatipon provided, the one board NIC is conected to a router which I can connet to the internet, the clients cannot: On board NIC: Connection Specific DNS: swbell.net DCHP Enabled: Yes Autoconfiguration Enabled: Yes IP Address...

    Dlwick30 pointsBadges:
  • Can a 2003 DNS server function as a primary and secondary name server?

    Would anyone know if a 2003 DNS server can function as a primary and a secondary name server?

    Nerozz15 pointsBadges:
  • How to configure DNS in CentOS

    How do I configure DNS in CentOS?

    0165 pointsBadges:
  • I have an existing domain controller with Active Directory integrated DNS installed but in has to be decommissioned as the hardware is not supported.

    I have an existing domain controller with Active Directory integrated DNS installed but in has to be decommissioned as the hardware is not supported. All workstations and servers have the ip of this server as the primary DNS. I have built another DC with ad integrated DNS on it. As I don't want to...

    WinIT ATE110 pointsBadges:
  • How to build a home network

    I have a quick question where can I go to read up on how to build a home network? I mean I have the infrastructure in place I want to try my hand at using DNS and all that other stuff.

    Gurowar40 pointsBadges:
  • DNS suffix and default gateway dissappeared

    I have a simple wireless network with a desktop and laptop. Everything was working just hunky dory. I had Hamachi set up on the laptop, then recently uninstalled it. After the uninstallation, I can no longer access the internet or my network from the laptop. If I do an ipconfig, the DNS suffix and...

    Clayford0 pointsBadges:
  • changing an internal domain name

    I currently have just taken over the management of a school network. The external domain is hosted by a local ISP who hosts our web page and sends all the mail with ourname.school.nz through to a our mail server. The problem we have is the internal domain and the external domain has been given a...

    Milkybar995 pointsBadges:
  • How do I configure DNS with Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition?

    How do I configure DNS with Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition? I already configured basic, but when I run nslookup command it shows "unknown server". Please help me configure this properly.

    Michael Tidmarsh34,110 pointsBadges:
  • How to access an intranet dns server over a VPN to provide name resolution of remote network

    I am unable to resolve the names across a VPN tunnel connecting two private networks. I have a small private network (A) that is connected to a larger private network (B) over a vpn. To allow access to several database applications provided by network B. The vpn connection is made through a Netgear...

    Medtech5 pointsBadges:

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