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Stub zones are not a solution for load balancing If you need to spread the load over a number of machines, you must continue to use secondary servers to host domains and provide resolving queries
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Your namespace design is how you logically divide up your network and identify individual machines There are a number of issues here:
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Root domain name choice You need to choose the name of your root domain name, which may be a private domain or a domain that is directly responsible for your appearance on the Internet Subdomain name choice If you have a larger network, you may want to separate your primary domain name into a number of subdomains This can be done by geographical location, role, or a combination of the two, or any other scheme you deem suitable Active Directory integration If you want to combine your DNS namespace with your AD design, you must consider its implications on your AD design Internal/external requirements If you have an external Internet presence, you must think about how to separate the internal and external names within your network
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We ll have a look at each of these requirements in this section
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Occasionally, Microsoft likes to slip in questions based on this type of relatively straightforward design choice, often combined with the Active Directory, group policy, or other settings; for example: You want to apply group policy settings based on a given domain or subdomain structure, so how should you name and organize the following network
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Root Domain Name Choice
The root domain name choice is probably the easiest of the choices to make In fact, if you have an Internet-registered domain name, the decision has been made for you This is because you can use your Internet domain as your internal DNS name and even for your AD domain name If you plan to get an Internet domain name, it s best to register the name with one of the various domain name registrars They will be able to advise you which names have been taken and allow you to register with one of the many top-level domains, such as net, com, or the country-specific domains If you don t have a registered domain name and have no plans to get one, or you want to create a local domain, then you should use the top-level domain suffix of local to identify the domain as local rather than part of the public Internet domain name space
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Remember when choosing an Internet-compatible name that it can contain only uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and hyphens Windows Server 2003 also supports other characters, including extended ASCII and Unicode characters to retain compatibility at a NetBIOS level However, these characters can only be used in an all Windows Server 2003 environment
Subdomain Name Choice
You should only use subdomains either if you need to logically divide your network for identification purposes, or if you are integrating with AD and want to divide the network up according to specific groups or divisions The divisions serve two purposes First, they make it easier to distribute DNS servers and resources around the network for example, you can create a sales domain and then have all sales machines talk to a dedicated sales domain DNS server Second, they act as a mental aid remember, the point of the naming system is to help us poor Homo sapiens recognize machines If you know, for example, that a computer is in the sales department in the Seattle office, the FQDN is probably something like salesseattlemydomaincom It works in reverse, too: if you have an entry in your event log indicating a problem with a machine with an FQDN of prfrmydomaincom, it s a good bet that it s a machine located in the PR department of the French office
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