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DNS RESOLUTION ISSUE IN LEGACY DNS

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  • HI

    i have two locations in my company let us say X and Y. both locations we have one Ad integrated dns and one legacy dns(stand alone dns for internal name resoultion) both locations are connected using mpls .we need to have ad +dns redundany in both placess if failover happenns

    our clients in both location preffedrd dns is ADdns and alternate Dns is legacy dns .if our ADdns fail we need to work client by authenricating ADdns in remote location .for this we have made a forwarder in legacy dns to other location ADadns .both Ad are replica servers

    but when assume X location ADdns fails name resoultion not happening . i mean when we ping domian name it is trying to reach x locations ADserver (failed one) .it is not forwarding traffic through legacy dns   to reach other locaton DC

    regards

    ankith

    2012年6月6日 18:37

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  • ankithmaster wrote:

    HI



    i have two locations in my company let us say X and Y. both locations
    we have one Ad integrated dns and one legacy dns(stand alone dns for
    internal name resoultion) both locations are connected using mpls .we
    need to have ad +dns redundany in both placess if failover happenns

    our clients in both location preffedrd dns is ADdns and alternate Dns
    is legacy dns .if our ADdns fail we need to work client by
    authenricating ADdns in remote location .for this we have made a
    forwarder in legacy dns to other location ADadns .both Ad are replica
    servers

    but when assume X location ADdns fails name resoultion not happening
    . i mean when we ping domian name it is trying to reach x locations
    ADserver (failed one) .it is not forwarding traffic through legacy
    dns   to reach other locaton DC



    regards

    ankith

    Your question is absolutely not related to Windows 7 but to an unknown
    dns-server product. Without telling us, what type of other DNS server
    you use, nobody can help you. I don't know, if your other DNS server is
    able to test the availability of an ip-address via ping before handing
    out the address to the client, but that would probably be the way to go.


    Wolfgang
    2012年6月6日 19:08
  • hi

    this is about AD +Legacy DNS (stand alone dns) running in server 2003

    regards

    ankith

    2012年6月7日 14:11
  • I suggest to contact Windows Server Forum for further help:

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/category/windowsserver

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    Leo Huang

    TechNet Community Support

    2012年6月8日 6:30
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