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how to set up DNS in my network infrastructure

By terryboob2000 ·
I have a mixed environments network infrastructure like dns server, win server, dhcp server. dns for name resolution for window vista and netbios for window NT4. i have up to 220 workstation but only 60 nt4 workstations.

so the question is how to configure my network system to set up a dns server.

i need explanations on this plz

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to how to set up DNS in my ...

You need Windows 2000 Server or later. Run Manage your Server and select the option to install DNS. You need a name for your DNS zone (usually company name e.g. mycompany.co.uk)

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by AK233 In reply to how to set up DNS in my ...

hey,

Simplest solution is to get just like the relpy before mine, a Windows 2000 server or Windows 2003 server. They have very simple wizards to "Manage your server" and you'll have a fully functional DNS server within a few mouse clicks OR the other option is to go for linux. There are many advantages with linux, the most common one is it is FREE! meaning no licenses required and all that stuff. Also when you configure your linux DNS server you will have control over absolutely every small little detail and only configure what you need. Now disadvantages are that you'll have to google around for some "HOW TO's" on setting up a dns server.

take care.

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