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Keep in mind that this can be done without using the wizard without much trouble, but for the purposes of keeping the lesson simple the wizard options will suffice.
The configuration of the lookup zones is not all that confusing, and when using the wizards available it becomes even easier.
Incorrect DNS configuration will definately affect LAN users accessing external resources but shouldn't affect their ability to access internal unless you have more wrong with your DNS than I think you have. The forward lookup zones have been thoroughly gone over and cleaned from all old IP's address and stale DNS records. The DMZ (public) and our internal domain; on the DMZ domain, I just have that domain in the forward and reverse lookups, they are "type" primary for this domain.
In the internal domain; I have the internal domain as "type" primary and the DMZ as "type" secondary domain with zone transfers allowed ONLY to the two internal domain servers, using their IP address.
Last week I noticed that I could not hit my DMZ servers from my laptop and a little research reveled that the DMZ forward lookup zone was NOT being loaded, so I "re-loaded" the zone and all was fine. The DMZ zone seems to get lost, requiring me to re-load the zone again.
When initially installing and configuring Windows DNS server, one of the first tasks to perform is the creation of forward lookup zones (and possibly reverse lookup zones).
In plain speak, this is when the domains that will be served by this DNS server will be configured.
For the purposes of providing the reader enough knowledge to get this task completed, this article takes a walkthrough approach.
A DNS server has been installed but not yet configured at the beginning of this article and we’ll create the forward and reverse lookup zones using the built-in wizard.
Good Afternoon All, I need some advice as to why my DMZ zone keeps needing to be reloaded each morning, and periodically through the day. I am not sure what configuration is messed up and causing the Forward Lookup Zone that points to my DMZ keeps getting lost.
I am fairly new at IT, server, AD, DNS, DHCP administration.
BTW: This is occurring from within my internal domain. Regards, Paul I suspect this will have to do with the DNS entries in your forward lookup zone.
I wager when you changed providers, your external IP address changed and this could be the issue. Any showing the old IP would likely need to be changed to reflect your new external IP.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating