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running windows 2003 dns server behind 2 firewalls and behind linkproof and fireproof

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dns is extremely slow to resolve websites, and added forwarders and it still slow
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by:Casca1
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Open port 53 tcp and UDP; Additionally, you need to do some DNS testing, find out which upper range of ports your system might be using for DNS. Port 53 is the major port, but there are response ports used, and I believe those are dynamic.
Good Luck!
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by:tstuardo
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i found the answer myself
the problem was the load balancing devices we have
we had to run the command
dnscmd /config /enableednsprobes 0
thanks anyway
ts
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At least you got your issue resolved.
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Seems fair
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PAQ-ing the question and refunding 500  points

Thanks  Casca1 !

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Ah, my pleasure. Glad they found the fix, which is all I'm really after. 8-)
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