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Old 25-January-2007, 12:55
zillah
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Default DNS with two zones and internal PCs

We have got two DNS servers at work (we have Active Directory) , one within our LAN and other within DMZ area

The one within our LAN 192.168.1.10

The one within DMZ area 192.168.101.99

Windows 2003 launches the DNS Microsoft Management Console, from which we can perform your DNS administration.

DNS MMC snap-in -> Expand the DNS server -> Right-click the “ Forward Lookup Zone “ folder for each DNS server (LAN and DMZ) we have got two zones, they are called : rami.au and rami.global (fake one)

We have got many other servers within LAN and DMZ.

One of these many servers is : a media server within DMZ area (192.168.101.202) :

My Computer -> Right Click -> Properties -> Computer Name

Full computer name Name : ramimedia.rami.global
Domain: rami.global

1- When I checked the “ rami.au ” (we have two zones rami.au and rami.globa, unlike the DMZ server) folder under “ Forward Lookup Zones ” for DNS LAN server (not DNS DMZ server ) I found this entry :

Host (uses parent domain if left blank): media
Fully qualified domain name (FQDN) : media.rami.au ,,,,not media.rami.global ?
IP address : 192.168.101.202


2- When I checked the “ rami.au ” (we have one zone, only rami.au. unlike the DNS LAN server) folder under “ Forward Lookup Zones ” for DNS DMZ server (Not DNS LAN server) I found this entry :

Host (uses parent domain if left blank): media
Fully qualified domain name (FQDN) : media.rami.au ,,,,not media.rami.global ?
IP address : 215.43.57.202,,,,,,,,,,,,,fake public ip address as well

Shouldn’t “ option 1 ” have been within rami.global zone not rami.au zone ?

Last edited by zillah; 26-January-2007 at 19:12.
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Old 26-January-2007, 11:14
Olozzj
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Default Re: DNS with two zones and internal PCs

I do believe it should, but if it's working, leave it alone.
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