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force use primary DNS?

we have an Internal DNS Server(172.16.1.1) and there is a AAA record aaa.domain.com --> 192.168.1.100 when I set ip configuration to: Primary DNS Server: 172.16.1.1 Secondary DNS Server:8.8.8.8 ...
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Cannot access internal network on OSX 10.6.6

Last week, I began having trouble connecting to our internal web servers. Usually, a refresh would take care of it or switching to a different wireless network, but as of yesterday, this wasn't ...
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EC2: Persistent IP/Host for internal communication

I have a few servers on EC2 which intercommunicate using a RESTful interface. Currently, the addresses are saved in a configuration file which lists explicit IPs. This is prone to errors, because it ...
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DNS caching for a DNS name with two different IP addresses (internal vs. external)

Suppose we have a DNS entry ocean.corp.tld internally pointing to an internal IP address on our corporate network, and externally pointing to an external public IP address. Essentially same DNS name ...
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DNS A record pointing to private IP address [duplicate]

I own a domain. I will call it example.com. I want to set up a local BIND server on my private network. I have a box with the private IP address of 192.168.2.13 I would like to have this box named ...
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Assign internal IP address based on subdomain

I have a domain name, let's say foo.com. I have a server which has a public IP (Server-A). I also have a lot of servers (Server-B, Server-C, Server-D etc) which are all connected in a private network ...
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Resolve all external addresses to an internal address when an internet connection is missing

I am using a raspberry-pi running ArchLinux with a WiFi router to provide an access point for locally-hosted web content. I am running a DHCP server. When the Pi is plugged into an internet ...
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Cannot resolve by hostname only in other local namespace [closed]

We have three local namespaces: proddomain.local, testdomain.local, devdomain.local. All of our client computers in the organization are part of the proddomain.local domain. If I select "Disable ...
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Multiple Homed Windows 2008 Server / Windows 7 Client

I have a small Windows 2008 network, with some Windows 7 clients. The clients are both laptops with docking stations and I would like them to communicate with the Windows 2008 server (for filesharing) ...
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Making a reverse zone file on a 255.0.0.0 subnet

I’m trying to setup a reverse zone file for this subnet that has two hosts on it: 10.10.100.10 and 10.128.5.10. This means he netmask for the subnet would be 255.0.0.0. I inferred that the file name ...
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map old windows server to new windows server

At the moment, I have 2 servers (serve1 and serve2). serve1 is old and data is small enough to move to serve2. serve1 = Win 2k3 serve2 = Win 2008 R2 The problem is I need to keep the serve1 name ...
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Internal DNS and software/services resolving external IPs

So, on my network is a DNS server with an external zone (public IPs for servers) and internal zone (LAN IPs for servers). When I perform an nslookup on a server in the zone it resolves the local IP ...
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Setting MX entries for Failover [closed]

I have a GoDaddy domain as "example.com". I wanted to have my own DNS server for the sub domain secure.example.com. So I added a "A" record "NS" pointing to my IP and a NS record "Secure" pointed to ...
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Should engineering have its own DNS zone, delegate, or subdomain?

We have our organization's primary domain (with AD) example.com. In the past, previous admins have created several other zones - such as dmn.com, lab.example.com, dmn-geo.com etc - as well as ...
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Master DNS allows External Forward, Slave does not

We have a 2 master setup that was built poorly, so we want to downgrade the second master to a slave configuration, I try and run the conversion and it works well enough internal addresses, but when ...
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Single computer cannot access servers

We have several servers running on our internal network. Our router's firewall has a redirect in place for some domains to these servers' ip addresses. This works nicely. However, we've run into a ...
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Using existing/active Domain Name for Active Directory Domain Name [duplicate]

I have an active domain name: example.com - registered and hosted with a web hosting provider. Can I use example.com as my active directory domain name? Are there any documentations covering this ...
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How do I forward root DNS queries for a domain while still resolving some subdomains on Server 2008?

I have a public domain, say test.com. The DNS records are stored somewhere in the cloud. However, on my Windows Server 2008 DNS servers, I want to add some internal subdomains such as sub1.test.com. ...
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DNS issue for internal website routing internet connection from remote location

I have an issue that I could use some help with. Our company has a main location and a remote location. Previously, the remote location was connected to the main location through an internet ...
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DNS Record or Port Mapping

All, I have a web server sitting inside of a production network. This web server, tdxs3, has been assigned an external IP address of 96.2.192.139 which DNS should point to it's internal IP address of ...
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How To Properly Setup DNS Forwarders On Windows Server

I was wondering how to properly setup DNS forwarders on Windows Server 2008 R2. I have three Domain Controllers. Each of the DC's have have following: AD Role DNS Role DHCP Role Static IP Address ...
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Windows DNS configurations for outside IP

Here is my problem. I have a Windows DNS that points to 5 servers all within the LAN. Locally the routing to these servers works fine but I need a way to access these servers outside the LAN ( HTTP ...
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How should DNS be configured for remote VPN access to a Windows Domain?

Suppose you have a small windows domain configured as follows: domain name is ad.example.com (as per these guidelines) DC1 is at 10.10.10.3 DC2 is at 10.10.10.4 DC1 and DC2 are running the ...
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Use the LAN based IP address to access local Apache on laptop when working outside the network?

<VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot "D:/Projects" ServerName 192.168.11.74 </VirtualHost> Why doesn't this work ? How to access websites on the local box (Windows, Apache, MySql, PHP) ...
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DNS finds host only if domain name is included

I have a Server 2012 DNS server on subnet 192.168.7.0 and I am trying to use that on a host on the 192.168.8.0 subnet, which is not on the domain (this may not be relevant). When I configure the ...
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Some Hostname is not seen in DNS Manager ( Windows Server 2008 )

DC Server OS - Windows Server 2008 R2 ( Active Directory Integrated DNS Zone ) Client OS - Windows 7 I am unable to understand, why some hostname are not dynamically registered in DNS Manager. For ...
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Newbie - How can I configure a URL alias with Ubuntu? [closed]

I really don't know the precise terms for what I want, so I'll give you an example. I have a Amazon RDS service with an endpoint of: mydbinstance.someotherstring.us-east-1.rds.amazonaws.com I have ...
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How do I set up my office network so unqualified domain names resolve as if they have a default suffix added?

I want to type "go/something" in my browser address bar, and have my browser request "http://go.mydomain.com/something". The use case is where go.mydomain.com is our internal URL shortening service, ...
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DNS how to dynamically bind subdomains to ip and port pairs [duplicate]

I'm using bind9 I have a zone file setup with a few subdomain A records. I'm wondering if I can create a subdomain record that points to an ip address on a specific port. I'm currently updating the ...
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could not resolve hostname yet I can?

I'm having some weird issue that I cannot understand( I'm trying to ssh to alexus and according to ssh it tells me it cannot resolve, yet when i use host to resolve it resolves w/out any issues: ...
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pointing sub domain to 127.0.0.1:port?

set up: Windows Server 2008 R2, running IIS and DNS service. I'm developing a website with web2py on this server. Web2py comes with its own server. The site is currently only accessible browsing from ...
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DNS settings are ignored [closed]

My physical setup is: DMZ (SERVER) (192.168.1.1) | | WAN ——— ROUTER (1.2.3.4, 192.168.1.254) ——— LAN LAN adresses are assigned by DHCP. ...
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Calculate requirements for a caching/forwarding-only nameserver

I am considering a caching/forwarding nameserver to be used by internal servers to speed up name resolving. Is there a way to calculate some reference values to figure out its requirements? I simply ...
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Postfix/Dovecot mail dns rerouting for in-lan SMTP

I asked a similar question a while back, but that solution (using bind9 on the mailserver) isn't working the way I'd hoped, so I figured I'd try a different angle on things. I've got a ...
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Point *.local to 127.0.0.1 within network

So most of our developers work with a MAMP/XAMPP setup using rewrite rules to point username.project.local to a document root of /Users/username/Projects/project/public_html. This part works, but the ...
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Getting error 500.52 when creating reverse proxy with url rewrite

I have used the following technique for achieving Url rewriting. http://weblogs.asp.net/owscott/archive/2013/10/24/creating-a-reverse-proxy-with-url-rewrite-for-iis.aspx However i am getting the ...
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Unable to resolve unless dns client is restarted (Win7, WinSrv2008)

I have the most strange DNS Resulution problem ever encountered. And by strange I mean that I can only confirm this issue on two hosts in our network (my workstation Win7 and a management dns server ...
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Don't automatically include all subdomains in DNSMasq address

It is possible to configure DNSMasq such that it returns a fixed IP address only for a request for that exact domain, and not for its subdomains? That is, I want it to return a fixed IP when resolving ...
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Internal-only DNS Master and Slave Servers on Linux (No Internet) - Recursion?

Using two physical Linux servers on different sub-nets, I'd like to have master and slave DNS servers. These DNS servers will only resolve internal names and addresses. Neither the DNS servers nor ...
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What would be correct setup procedure for PDNS server?

I am new to the world of DNS servers, but as a part of my current job I should do upgrade on our office network infrastructure. After looking at available options i decided to go with PowerDNS ...
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How to handle external and internal DNS on windows 2012

I'm trying to setup an Active Directory network on Server 2012 R2, and want AD's DNS to only be used internally (Ex: domain-controller.company.com) as well as some records that need both internal and ...
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Can I configure a DNS cache not to forward AAAA queries?

I'm setting up an internal DNS cache because my firewall is having trouble handling all the sessions created by DNS requests. I tried using bind9, dnsmasq and DJB dnscache, they all help reduce the ...
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Why is DNS updating every hour on the hour?

I have a Server with a statically set IP address of 10.200.0.30 It has a Dynamic DNS entry matching its computer name to its IP Every hour on the hour it changes its DNS entry to a random IP address ...
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DNS error only in IE

Our Intranet page has stopped working on some machines/some user accounts. The error I am getting points to a DNS issue but If I ping the site from the command line the it responds fine. The error ...
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Using .local for internal websites [duplicate]

Is it okay to use app.mycoolname.local for URLs that are private / internal? We have several applications that are web based, but they are private apps and are not exposed to the public. We have ...
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Weird internet/network behaviour - certain sites not available

I've always had this problem where certain websites stop working in a browser. I can then just use another browser. Then at some point these sites would stop loading in all browsers. This could ...
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“Recursive” Wildcard DNS for Amazon Route 53 [duplicate]

The title of the question might be misleading because I'm not an expert and I'm trying to learn the proper terminology. That being said, I'm wondering if it's possible to setup a wildcard DNS record ...
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Installation of Active Directory on separate VM from DNS does not entierly work - not sure why

Not sure what I am doing wrong here. I have a moderately midrange server (16 cores, 2Ghz, 32GB ECC REG RAM, 6TB storage, nothing too extreme) where I am running Hyper-V (Server 2012 R2 Enterprise) in ...
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Need to use secondary DNS server to upload files to S3

We're using Windows 2008 R2 Datacenter Edition. The setup is like below: 2 Servers 10.198.XX.XXX > AD Server with a valid domain. 10.200.XX.XXX > Database Server which is joined to the above ...
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Wildcard DNS like “*-test.example.com”

Is it possible to set up a wildcard domain like "*-test.example.com"? The main reason I'm asking is because I'm in the process of setting up Continuous Integration with Jenkins, and we'd like to ...