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Clients can not resolve DNS names Behind Firewall

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Hi,

I have a problem joining a server in my DMZ zone to the domain . my configuration is as follows:

LAN : has windows 2008R2 DC with DNS service up and running
DMZ : has windows 2008R2 server configured to point to Windows 2008 R2 DC as it's DNS server
the firewall between them is Cisco ASA , I opened all ports from DMZ to Internal (for testing)
I can ping the DNS , but I can not resolve any DNS names .
I attached a schematic diagram illustrate my scenario
any suggestion ??
DNS-Issue.pdf
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Question by:emiahmad
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Prashant Shrivastava earned 900 total points
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Have you allowed port number 53 (TCP UDP both) between servers (client to server)?
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by:Craig Beck
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You'll need to open those ports both ways.  The traffic is UDP, so you have to allow traffic back from the server to the DMZ too.
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