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how to create address   name.domain.ext

Posted on 2006-11-28
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Hi!

we have server with MS Server 2003, DNS server, MS Exchange

I would like to ask you, how I can create address in this way
name1.domain.ext
name2.domain.ext

where and how can I set it up ? Can I do it directly on our server if we have DNS server, or I have to ask our ISP?

thanks!
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Hi pplan,
If you want to create name record then you can easily create in DNS .

GO TO dns > create forword zone for domain.ext and then create A record for name1 and name 2.

Help URL
http://www.cit.cornell.edu/computer/system/win2000/dns/
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/255913

-ABS
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