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(Same as parent Folder) Host (A) IP: x.x.x.x

I have an entry for my domain(domain.com) in DNS like:

(Same as Parent folder) Host(A) 10.10.10.10 Static and FQDN is only my domain.com, i am not sure why do we have this. no host connected with this IP.

we have( IP Host name domain.com 10.10.10.10 ) entry on main switch, when delete it from there, it disconnect all internet.

now i am not sure how the connected, please help.

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DNSWindows Server 2012* SwitchSwitches / Hubs

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Se Lai

8/22/2022 - Mon
K B

what are the domain controllers IP addresses?  that is what you should see there
Se Lai

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We have four domain controllers their IPs are completely different than this one.

When I ping domain.com I am getting reply with 10.10.10.10 not my domain controllers IP

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K B

try

tracert 10.10.10.10

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Craig Beck

Leave it alone.  It's there to tell clients where the domain is at IP-level.
K B

The domain isn't at that ip
Se Lai

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while tracert this IP it says unreachable, but if i remove this from DNS or core switch it disconnect the internet. yes only one NIC per domain.
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