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1answer
287 views

Set up my own DNS server

I have my own registered domain. I want to set up my own DNS server and host a website completely independent of any third party hosting service. I have Windows Server 2003 and have installed the ...
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2answers
106 views

Determine IP address of an alias not in HOSTS file?

We have an application that references the database connection via a common alias, let's say datatier, and futher that alias is generally stored in the HOSTS file. However, it's not in the HOSTS file ...
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2answers
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Retrieving DNS information of the localhost DNS information

In Windows, I find it somewhat difficult to access localhost dns server at localhost machine. I am finding no easy command line tool and so on. So is there any command line tool that allows me to ...
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0answers
146 views

Web server not loading pages in VirtualBox

I'm using VirtualBox. I had two Windows Server 2003 PCs (SRV1 and SRV2), one for DNS(SRV1) and one as a webserver (IIS)(SRV2). I put some HTML page under the default website. But when browsing I'm ...
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4answers
4k views

DNS Route Public IP To Private IP?

I have a public IP, say, 123.45.67.89 And a private network of 192.168.1.0/24 When I am anywhere outside the private network, I can connect to the public IP. When I am inside the private network, I ...
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0answers
56 views

DCPROmo Removal on MOSS 2007

In Windows Server 2003 ruining DCPromo, then installed MOSS 2007, due to DCPROMO error about DNS, I uninstalled DCPrOMO. But this time I can't connect to the server. My problem was the login ...
0
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1answer
502 views

Microsoft DNS and Hosts with Multiple IP Adresses

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 ...
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0answers
49 views

Win 2k3 - DNS query?

I'm learning about network and I configured DNS in 2k3. In forward zone : cntt.edu > www.cntt.edu [ 192.168.188.4 ] . [ All IP / DNS configuration is right ] After that I use wireshark to catch ...
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5answers
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What's the difference between “default gateway” and “preferred DNS server”?

TCP/IP Properties of a network connection in Windows Server 2003 has two different options, "Default gateway" and "Preferred DNS server".