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2008 DNS Issue

My AD Integrated DNS Server on 10.125.1.24will respond to DNS requests that I make on the box itself, but not from other boxes.  So, for instance, if I use NSLOOKUP against 10.125.1.24 running it on 10.125.1.24, DNS requests for internal and external domains work correctly.

However, if I move over to another box, 10.125.1.20 and use NSLOOKUP against 10.125.1.24 the queries, both internal and external, fail.

I have already checked the firewall to make sure the DNS rules are in place.  I also deleted and re-added them to make sure that there was not an issue there.

In case it matters, my server is multihomed with the second adapter on 10.125.1.25.  However, in DNS settings, I psecified that DNS should only be bound to the first address, 10.125.1.24.

This one has me a bit baffled.  Any help appreciated.

Thanks,
Mike
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DocSiteMikeAuthor Commented:
Update:  This IS a firewall issue and I am trying to track it down right now.  
When I turn off the firewall I can get DNS reolution form other computers.
Although the default DNS firewall rule is active, it is not letting DNS traffic through.  When I add an explicit rule to allow UDP port 53 to all programs DNS form other computers starts to work.
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