I am a UK based user with a 1mb Braodband internet connection currently with BT.
I have setup a Win2K server at home to be used as a Domain Controller for a very small home network which has DNS, DHCP installed.
It is also my terminal for loggin in remotely via Terminal Services.
The Broadband internet connection comes into a Broadband Router (Netgear DM602) DHCP is turned off, there are a couple of ports open for FTP and TS access which point directly to the router.
All clients on my network are 'currently' setup to use the Win2K server as the DNS and the Router as the Gateway.
I get full internet access from all clients and the server, internal network connectivity is fine, all shares work without hitch and as fast as a small 100mb home network will work.
Internet access is fast and responsive.
When I check my event viewer under the system tab I am having a LOT of red event errors relating to DNS.
Above is a couple of examples screenies of the events (but there is about 20 or so more of these) some the same some different but all saying 'DNS opperation refused' at the end
Under my TCP/IP properties of my NIC (the Win2K server has a Static IP set that isn't included in the DHCP Scope) I have setup the DNS of the Router as primary DNS and the server itself as secondary (and swaped them about to see if that helps)
I'm sorry for the long winded post but I have tried to cover everything that might matter as obviously i'm not having a clue as to what might be up (not a DNS guru by any long stretch of imagination)
Many thanks for any help and advice.