Dns forward zone not updating

(For more information about Event Viewer, see "Troubleshooting Tools" earlier in this chapter.) Otherwise, you see a list of all the records in the domain.

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If you use either the Configure DNS Server wizard or the Active Directory Installation wizard to install your Windows 2000 DNS server, most configuration tasks are performed automatically and you can avoid many common configuration errors, but you might still want to perform the tests in this section.

Before checking anything else, check the event log for errors.

When i ping the new laptop (PC1) i am directed to the original ip of the first laptop ( IP 10.0.0.33) When I looked at my new laptop I saw that the IP is 10.0.0.26 and DHCP shows the same in the lease list I can ping the IP 10.0.0.26 but when trying to resolve the name(PC1), it still points to the old original laptop's IP of 10.0.0.33 When I opened my DNS, i saw that PC1's record is listed and the IP still points to 10.0.0.33 Can I delete the record in the DNS server's dns list (PC1) and run ipconfig /registerdns on the new laptop to have the new dns record be registered on the server?

The new laptop does show in the event log that the DNS server does not allow the laptop to register the record (because there's an existing record?

Check you dchp (DC1 and DC2) setting to be the same and allow the dynamic update to the dns server on both. Let the DC2 look at own DNS server that is best practice an probably why its not updating to its own DNS server. The subnet calculator helps you design networks by taking an IP address and network mask and returning information such as network, broadcast address, and host range.

Walter I looked at the article suggested by wwwally. So primary dns on DC (network configuration prefferd DNS ) is 127.0.0.1 and do the same for DC1 (that is allready don so i understand). In the DHCP server options for the second DC I had set the server options to "005 Name Servers" instead of "006 DNS Servers". One of a set of tools we're offering as a way of saying thank you for being a part of the community.

For more information about Event Viewer, see "Troubleshooting Tools" earlier in this chapter.

Use the following process to verify that your DNS server is started and can answer queries.

You do not need reverse lookup zones and PTR resource records for Active Directory to function.

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