I know the authoritative DNS servers for records of a domain. What I haven`t determined is where queries internal to our network are consulted for records. I do know there are other servers used, serving different values internally, and would like to determine their IP addresses or servernames. Even just the first one consulted would be a good start.
Assuming I flush my local DNS cache resolver first (
ipconfig /flushdns and possibly nbtstat
-R), is there a way to determine which hop in a
tracert is the DNS (DHCP?) server that serves dns records within the network zone?
As a side note: I'm not sure if this is the same thing as a "serving a zone file", but gather the latter is related to more than just DNS. Comments welcome to clarify this.