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I'm running a Microsoft DNS Server for AD. One of my Servers has two NICs and hence two IP Adresses (192.168.0.10 and 192.168.1.10). The IP Adresses are intentionally in different Subnets, the 1.10 shall only be used for administrative tasks.

The problem is that this configuration registers two IPs for the same Host with the DNS Server. When a client from 192.168.0.xxx wants to resolve the host name, it may be handed the wrong IP Adress (192.168.1.10). There is (intenionally) no route configured between the two subnets.

How can I make the DNS Server hand the correct IP adress to clients? Can I prevent the 1.10 entry from being made?

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For the adapter on the 192.168.1.0 network, TCP/IP Properties, Advanced Settings:

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Thank you so much! Will mark as accepted when I checked the DNS Server in 24 hrs. –  Johannes Rudolph Aug 28 '10 at 21:57

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