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From: Sharad Naik (sharadnaik_at_nospam−vsnl.net)
Date: 10/21/04

Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2004 12:58:47 +0530



Well, I actually meant two lables, one period atleast.

"Marcelo" <marceloariel@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi Sharad, here come my questions...
>
>> you must have decided the domain name. (it must have atleast two periods,
>> and should not be same as your registered domain name.)
>
> You mean having 2 points at least with FQDN, right?
> My DNS Name is called something like servername.dnsname.com.ar
> I guess then this is ok. Is it?
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>> Do not use single lable domain name.
>
> I don't know what is a single lable domain name so I searched it at
> It says I have to set this at registry:
>
> AllowSingleLabelDnsDomain (REG_DWORD) bajo la siguiente Clave del
> Registro:
> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Netlogon\Parameters
>
> Since this entry is not at my server registry then this is not set as
> single
> lable domain name?
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> Since when I've installed DNS Server I did it while installing Active
>
> Directory at the same time (AC forces you to install DNS Server) I've
>
> had it installed so I'll write about these points you set below:
>
>
>> 1. In DNS server add forward lookup zone yourdomain.com
>> and allow dynamic updates for this zone.

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> It has a forward lookup zone.
> In order to allow dynamic updates I've read the following microsoft
>
> link:
>
> http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/WindowsServ/2003/stand
>
> ard/proddocs/en−us/Default.asp?url=/resources/documentation/WindowsServ
>
> /2003/standard/proddocs/en−us/sag_DNS_pro_AllowDynamicUpdates.asp
>
> ... and set in Dynamic Updates, Nonsecure and secure.
> Is this ok?
>
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>> 2. In the DNS server set forwarders to your ISP.
>>
>
> How should I do this? I cannot find a way to do it.
>
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>> 3. If your win 2003 server is behind firewall, ensure that the
>
> firewall > supports more than 512 byte UDP packets (EDNS.)
>> If it doesn't or if you are not sure then you need to disable EDNS
>
> probes on
>> win 2003 DNS server.
>> Please see below link for the same.
>> http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en−us;828731
>
> Since I'm behind a firewall (Winroute) and don't know whether it
>
> handles or not EDNS I've tried to disable it with no success.
>
> I've done what your link says:
> dnscmd /Config /EnableEDnsProbes 0, and then press ENTER.
>
> it says dnscmd is not recognized as an internal or external program
>
> I've looked forward it and it really does not exist.
>
> So.. what could be another way to disable this EDNS or how can I check
>
> is this is being a problem if it is set?
>
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>> 4. Run recursive and non recursive query tests, from the DNS manager
>
> and
>> verify both tests succeed.
>
> Here comes something wierd. I do a nslookup 10.0.1.5 (my server and dns
>
> ip) and it says: non−existing domain. That's scaring me!!
>
> Same when I do a NS Lookup and then ls −t google.com
>
> I must tell you I don't have a reversing zone set up.
>
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>
>> 5. Point the win 2003 server to itself for DNS server in the tcp/ip
>> properties of its NIC.
>> Please note the server and the clients must point to the local DNS
>
> server
>> and not to the ISP's
>> DNS server (not even as secondary DNS.)
>
> This topic was exactly as you say.
>
>
>
>
> Can you help me with these topics? What I'm most concerned of is that when
>I
> do a nslookup to my server it doesn't work.
>
> Best Regards,
>
> Marcelo.
>
>




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