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Part 6: Managing Windows Server 2003 Networking and Print Services
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6 If you re creating a secondary zone, you see the Master DNS Servers page. Type the IP address of the primary DNS server that s maintaining the zone, and then click Add. Repeat this step to specify additional name servers. Zone transfers will be configured to copy the zone information from these DNS servers. 7 On the Dynamic Update page, choose how you want to configure dynamic updates, and then click Next. You can use one of these options: Allow Only Secure Dynamic Updates This option is available only on domain controllers and when Active Directory is deployed. It provides for the best security possible by restricting which clients can perform dynamic updates. Allow Both Nonsecure and Secure Dynamic Updates This option allows any client to update resource records in DNS. Although it allows both secure and nonsecure updates, it doesn t validate updates, which means dynamic updates are accepted from any client. Do Not Allow Dynamic Updates Choosing this option disables dynamic updates in DNS. You should use this option only when the zone isn t integrated with Active Directory. 8 Click Next and then click Finish to complete the configuration and exit the wizard.
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Part 6: Managing Windows Server 2003 Networking and Print Services
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To create the initial reverse lookup zone or additional reverse lookup zones on a server, follow these steps:
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1 In the DNS console, expand the node for the server you want to work with. Right-click the Reverse Lookup Zone entry, and choose New Zone. Afterward, in the New Zone Wizard, click Next. 2 On the Zone Type page, you can select the zone type. The options available are the same as for forward lookup zones. Click Next after making a selection. 3 If you created an Active Directory integrated zone, specify the replication scope, and then click Next. 4 In the Reverse Lookup Zone Name Page, type the network ID for the reverse lookup zone, and then click Next. If you have multiple subnets on the same network, such as 192.168.1, 192.168.2, and 192.168.3, you should enter only the network portion for the zone name, such as 192.168, rather than the complete network ID. The DNS Server service will then fill-in the necessary subnet zones as you use IP addresses on a particular subnet. 5 If you re creating a standard secondary zone, you see the Zone File page. This page allows you to create a new zone file or use an existing zone file. 6 On the Dynamic Update page, choose how you want to configure dynamic updates, and then click Next. 7 Click Next and then click Finish to complete the configuration and exit the wizard.
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Configuring Forwarders and Conditional Forwarding
In a normal configuration, if a DNS name server can t resolve a request, it forwards the request for resolution. A server to which DNS queries are forwarded is referred to as a forwarder. You can specifically designate forwarders that should be used by your internal DNS servers. For example, if you designate your ISP s primary and secondary name servers as forwarders, queries that your internal name servers can t resolve will be forwarded to these servers. Forwarding still takes place, however, even if you don t specifically designate forwarders. The reason for this is that the root hints file specifies the root name servers for the public Internet. Any time forwarders are not specified or available requests are forwarded to the root name servers. The root name servers then forward the request to the appropriate top-level domain name server, which forwards it to the next level domain server, and so on. This process is referred to as recursion, and, as you can see, this involves a number of forwarding actions. Another forwarding option is to configure what is called a conditional forwarder. When using conditional forwarding, you can tell your DNS name servers that if they see a request for domain XYZ, they should not forward it to the public DNS name servers for resolution. Instead, the name servers should forward the request directly to the authoritative name server for the XYZ domain. You can configure these forwarding options in the DNS console. In the DNS console, rightclick the server you want to work with, and select Properties. In the Properties dialog box, select the Forwarders tab, as shown in Figure 27-11.
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