DNS is not working using IIS

Hi,

I'm having a problem using Win2008Server IIS.  I configure IIS and now have created a DNS entry and mapped it to my bindings
myplace.com                  10.0.252.30    
www.myplace.com       10.0.252.30

What are my options
jcontreras1964Asked:
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phoenixfire425Commented:
Need more info..

is your IIS server your DNS server?
are you creating the proper DNS record on the DNS server.
In your IP settings is your DNS server set as 127.0.0.1


for a work around you could change your "hosts" file to reflect the IP..

and lastly
try to run this from the command prompt.

ipconfig /flushdns
and then ping your hostname that you are trying to resolve.
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jcontreras1964Author Commented:
No the IIS is not the same as the DNS server.

I received an error by running ipconfig /flushdns

the requested requires elevation (not sure what that means)
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anees10Commented:
well
you have to edit the "hosts" file located in: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc

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