DNS records

i have one video conference device, its required dns domain internal and external. i have existing internal and external dns. please give the steps for adding dns record, please check attached doc configuration for dns record. So how i can add this record on the win 2008 server.  

External-and-internal-DNS-record.doc
nisartlaaAsked:
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Carol ChisholmCommented:
For Extrnal DNS you must send this doc to your Internet provider.
For internal DNS
Administrative tools - DNS
Right click on your domain
Choose New Other records
Choose Service location
Type _sip in the service
Choose _udp or _tcp as needed
Fille in port and host
expert_tanmayCommented:
Before I comment I need to understand the win2008 server's network layout and also if you have a registered domain.

For the server's network layout please let me know if you have a public IP and also how is it connected to your LAN. What I need to understand is do the external world have access to your server, also what is the dns address used by the users in your LAN, is it the same 2008 server?

Registered domains are bought either from the ISP or some hosting provider. Do you have any such domain name registered. If yes please find out the NS entries of your domain name.

Regards
nisartlaaAuthor Commented:
External DNS i can contact with ISP....i want to add new records our existing win 2008  local DNS server... So please give me the steps for the DNS record configuration steps...


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Carol ChisholmCommented:
For internal DNS
Administrative tools - DNS
Right click on your domain
Choose New Other records
Choose Service location
Type _sip in the service
Choose _udp or _tcp as needed
Fille in port and host
expert_tanmayCommented:
According to your document you aspected to create sub domains like vcse.example.com for external, why I asked you the questions because if you had a public IP on you 2008 box we could have created the sub domain entries on the 2008 box itself.

Now for adding a DNS entry internal, I will go by the steps needed to create entries according to the document provided by you.
First we need to create a Zone record internal-domain.net
1. Run DNS Manager through Start > Administrative Tools > DNS.
2. In DNS Manager, right-click the Forward Lookup Zones option, and click the New Zone option. This will open the New Zone Wizard.
3. On the Welcome screen of the New Zone Wizard, click the Next button.
4. On the Zone Type page, select the type of zone (Primary Zone). Click the Next button.
5. On the Active Directory Zone Replication Scope page, select the required option. Click the Next button.
6. On the Zone Name page, provide the zone name (internal-domain.net). Click the Next button.
7. On the Dynamic Update page, select the required option. Click the Next button.
8. On the last page of the wizard, click the Finish button.

Now we will add all the records to this zone like vcsc.internal-domain.net

1. Open DNS management under administrative tools.
2. Expand forward lookup zones by clicking on the +.
3. Right click on the zone (internal-domain.net) and click on new host (A or AAAA).
4. Type in the name of the record. If you are creating vcsc then type in vcsc.
5. Type in the IP address of the sub domain.
6. After typing in the IP address click on add host.

Congratulations you have added an A record to your domain name.  

 Cheers

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