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troubleshooting Question

Nslookup always results in dns request timeout

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I've one server 2008 DC with DNS installed. At the client, it can't ping or resolve by nslookup successfully at initial time.
We use ISP's dns as forwarders on DNS Server and verify that ISP's dns are working.

So browsing internet web page is slow now. May refresh or re-try serveral time to access webpage.

If I put the ISP's dns to local XP machine nic's dns manually, can browse internet very quickly and normally. When change back using DC's IP as dns. Browsing internet web page is slow again.

For details, please refer to this post.

Hope anyone can help here.
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