simple dns question

Posted on 2004-09-08
Last Modified: 2010-04-11
if i am behind the NAT and Install the MS DNS on Advance Server 2000 will it work as a dns server
Question by:bkniazi
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nodisco earned 100 total points
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Simply - Yes
am using the same solution at present in 9 locations

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yes..  it'll work fine...

Installing DNS On Windows 2003


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Don't forget to open the right ports on your firewall (not only for dns queries, but also for dns updating/synchronising), if that is an issue.
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Can it?  YES.

Will it?  Yes, if it and any firewalling/filtering are configured correctly.


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