What happens when client PCs are set up to use a router as an alternate DNS server?
Posted on 2007-04-04
I've got an easy question: we have a small Windows Server 2003 network with a single DNS server (running Windows 2003) integrated into Active Directory. We have all of the client PCs set up to use our router as a alternate DNS server so that if the DNS server fails, at least our employees can still access the internet.
My question is, are there any problems associated with this type of setup? If so why, and can they be averted?