A laptop that is part of a windows SBS 2003 domain cannot resolve domain names and therefore has no internet connectivity outside of the domain
When the laptop is part of the domain nslookup shows: Default Server: nameofserver.windowsdomainname.local, Address: 192.168.1.2
When the laptop leaves the domain nslookup shows: cant find server name of address 192.168.1.2 no response from server. Default Server unknown, address 192.168.1.2
Obviously the laptop should not be trying to contact the server on my windows domain when it leaves the domain.
It has been suggested that this is the result of the reverse DNS records not being set correctly on the windows domain. This seems counter-intuitive to me, the laptop works fine in the area where there is a problem but not where there is no problem. Perhaps this is just my lack of understanding
If it is true that the solution is fixing "reverse DNS records on the windows domain, what do I need to check and possibly fix?
If fixing the Reverse DNS records is not the solution, what is? The laptop needs internet connectivity outside of the windows domain.