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Today I learn to set-up the exchange server but i realize I have an DNS issue.Actually before i try to play around the DNS in the new exchange server then the outside now can not access using domain name.

For your information,inside our company have NS1 and NS2 to host for all the domain name and record.

What i did in this new exchange server is I create the primary new zone in DNS then all the domain name eg xx.abc.com.sg can be each, please help

But i found out if i configure the DNS in my pc same with the new exchange server then no problem.Please help
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Unable to understand exact scenario and problem faced by you ?

What I understood that you either have installed Exchange on Domain Controller or you have install DNS server role on Exchange server itself for testing and you have created public IP records on that server and you are trying to stimulate public - private scenario...

let me know if is that what you are looking for ?

In that case you need to keep dns server hosting public records for exchange server in isolated network, means it should not use your NS1 and NS2 for name resolution, then it will work

Mahesh
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After few day i report the issue here ,now my dns suddenly is working fine
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