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How to check your DNS Records? Check all DNS Records

The best way to check DNS records is to do nslookup in your command line and get the results, The other easy way is to go here  http://www.mxtoolbox.com/DNSLookup.aspx     Post By Gishore J Kallarackal (2,121 Posts)Gishore J Kallarackal is the founder of techgurulive. The purpose of this site is to share information about free(…)

How to do Reverse DNS Record Check

Smtp.com provides you the facility to check your Reverse DNS Record.Just enter your IP and click on check. A standard forward DNS record is the association between a domain name with an IP address on the Internet. The corollary to this is reverse DNS, which associates a domain name with that of an IP address. Despite their(…)

How to configure DNS for Internet access in Windows Server 2003

The stand-alone server running Windows Server 2003 becomes a DNS server for your network. In the first step, you assign this server a static Internet Protocol (IP) address. DNS servers must not use dynamically assigned IP addresses because a dynamic change of address could cause clients to lose contact with the DNS server. Step 1:(…)

How To Install and Configure DNS Server in Windows Server 2003

Install DNS Open Windows Components Wizard. To do so, use the following steps: Click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Add or Remove Programs. Click Add/Remove Windows Components. In Components, select the Networking Services check box, and then click Details. InSubcomponents of Networking Services, select the Domain Name System (DNS) check box, click OK, and then click Next. If you are prompted, in Copy files(…)

How to Install Microsoft DNS Server

Installing Microsoft DNS Use the following steps to install DNS on your Windows NT 4.0 Server: Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel. Double-click the Network icon, and then click the Services tab. Click Add, select Microsoft DNS Server from the Select Network Service dialog box, and then click OK.(…)

How To enable a DHCP server to dynamically update the DNS records of its clients

On a Windows Server 2003-based DHCP server, you can dynamically update the DNS records for pre-Windows Server 2003-based clients that cannot do it for themselves. To enable a DHCP server to dynamically update the DNS records of its clients, follow these steps: In the DHCP management console, select the scope or the DHCP server that(…)

How to Configure DNS dynamic updates on a Windows Server 2003-based DHCP server

To configure DNS dynamic update for a Windows Server 2003-based DHCP server, follow these steps: Click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DHCP. Right-click the appropriate DHCP server or scope, and then click Properties. Click DNS. Click to select the Enable DNS dynamic updates according to the settings below check box to enable DNS dynamic update for clients that(…)

How to Configure DNS dynamic updates on multihomed client computers

If a dynamic update client is multihomed, it registers all its IP addresses with DNS by default. ( A client is multihomed if it has more than one adaptor and an associated IP address.)If you do not want the client to register all its IP addresses, you can configure it not to register one or(…)

How to Configure DNS dynamic updates for DHCP clients

By default, Windows Server 2003-based, Windows 2000-based, and Windows XP-based DHCP clients are configured to request that the client register the A resource record and that the server register the PTR resource record. By default, the name that is used in the DNS registration is a concatenation of the computer name and the primary DNS(…)

How to configure DNS dynamic updates in Windows Server 2003

Windows Server 2003 DNS update features The DNS service lets client computers dynamically update their resource records in DNS. When you use this functionality, you improve DNS administration by reducing the time that it requires to manually manage zone records. You can use the DNS update functionality with DHCP to update resource records when a(…)

How to Change the Role of a DNS Server

After you transfer all of the records, you must remove the old DNS server from the network, and then set the DNS server as the primary DNS server. To set the DNS server as the primary DNS server, follow these steps: Click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS. Expand ServerName, where ServerName is the name of the(…)

How to Install DNS and Transfer Records from the Current DNS Server

To Install DNS Log on as Administrator or as a member of the Administrators group. Click Start, point to Control Panel, and then click Add or Remove Programs. Click Add or Remove Windows Components. In the Components list, click Networking Services (but do not select or clear the check box), and then click Details. Click to select the Domain Name System (DNS) check(…)