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DNS server does not reslove

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Hi,

Actually my local dns server does not reslvoe some internet web sites.

i have entered publc dns entry but our client does not browse web sites and when i have entered public dns entries on local machin then web site is working fine.

please provide me the best solutions...

thanks
rajesh
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by:kumarnirmal
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Hi,

1. what is the forwarder configuration in your dns server ?
2. Are you able to resolve those sites from your dns server its self.
3. Kindly update the nslookup result for the same from you client machine.
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by:nesarmatrix
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1. in forward configuration- entered the Public DNS entries
2. i have checked on dns server but same problem on dns server.
3. when ran neslookup comand then its provide my DNS server.

thanks
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is you dns server connected to the internet ? please check if there is any issue with internet connectivity.
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by:kumarnirmal
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Also you can try by removing the public DNS entry from the forwarder then it will take the root hints as the forwarder
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by:nesarmatrix
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I have checked internet is working fine ..what is use of root hints ?
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Root hints are pointers to top level DNS servers on the internet

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ok what i do ?
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Remove the forwarder entry and then try
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still same problem...nd when i ran nslookup command then it showed RTO..find the details,,

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator.MATRIXRT>nslookup
Default Server:  matrixblade-dc.matrixrt.com
Address:  192.168.0.3

> nslookup yahoo.com
Server:  yahoo.com
Addresses:  209.131.36.159, 209.191.93.53, 69.147.114.224

DNS request timed out.
    timeout was 2 seconds.
*** Request to yahoo.com timed-out
> nslokkup matrix.in
Server:  www.matrix.in
Address:  203.122.58.8
Aliases:  matrix.in

DNS request timed out.
    timeout was 2 seconds.
*** Request to matrix.in timed-out
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by:kumarnirmal
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which websites you have this problem?
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can u tell what is the problem ?
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problem is found from my side. now its working fine
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