Live smoking mature chat - Dns forward lookup zone not updating

Hope you understood the steps to configure Forward Lookup zone in Server 2012 R2. Open command prompt on your box and ping the name DC06, it would show you the IP Addresss.

Another option is to open command prompt and type nslookup DC06, it would resolve the host name DC06 to IP Address.

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Type the associated IP that this name will resolve to, for this example we’ll use 192.167.1.70.

We can also select an option “Create associated Pointer (PTR) record” if we have Reverse Lookup zone configured in our environment.13.

Locating those simple errors becomes the crux of problem.

I'm going to throw Wireshark on the server(s) tomorrow when I get the chance for some more visibility.

I noticed that I lost the ability to do a zone transfer when I enabled Windows Firewall on the 2008 server, so that led me to discover the need for exceptions on the higher port range. And of course, the obvious launching of the DNS management console as Run As Administrator. I would also be using something like wireshark to see wtf is being passed to and fro.

The Windows Firewall is off currently for testing purposes but I'll make sure the necessary ports are open before I enable it. That could help a bit as well.- My understanding of e DNS is that if both servers support it they can negotiate a larger packet size for DNS but I don't know if it provides for anything else that could affect this situation.- Yes, I'm running the DNS console as an admin- Nothing wrong with basic questions, that's where errors are about 95% of the time.

Let’s create a Host (A) record that would be used to resolve host name to IP.

Right click on Zone name and select “New Host (A or AAAA)”.12. As we are creating record for this server and it’s name is DC06.

On the welcome wizard, click on next to continue.4.

In the “Zone type” window, select the type of DNS that you want to use. Option store the zone in Active Directory is greyed out because we don’t have Active Directory installed on this server.

As we know that DNS is used for name resolution, it resolves host name to IP address and IP address to host name.

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