jacked up dns 'same as parent' host record
Posted on 2011-09-29
Why / How could there be a Host (A) record in a DNS zone with a name (same as parent folder) that has a data value of 10.10.5.0?
Environment is a single AD domain, DNS is integrated, multiple sites, multiple subnets for each site.
This happens to be a remote site that has 5 subnets. One of which is 10.10.5.0.
Before just deleting it, we'd love to understand how it came to be and how MS DNS would allow a 'Host' record to be x.x.x.0. Maybe that's common, never done it before.