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DNS Resolution [message #389239] Thu, 11 February 2010 06:53 Go to next message
Sukhwinder Singh  is currently offline Sukhwinder Singh
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Registered: September 2009
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We have 59 domain Controllers installed across different location of our
organisation. Each DC is configured as DNS server and are hosting a DNS zone
which is AD integrated.
All the windows desktops across organisation uses these DNS servers for
internal name resolution and all the DC's have forwarder configured for
external name resolution to other DNS server.

Recently we have started facing the Issue that the Windows XP clients are
not able to update the host records in the DNS servers. Somtimes after the
DHCP renewing the IP the records are not getting updated in DNS server and
the clients not able to ping any of the servers in the local network using
host name. If we run Ipconfig /flushdns and registerdns command it works fine
but after sometime it again start showing issue.

DHCP servers are configured for Dynamic updates if client request and all
the DHCP servers are added to DNSupdateProxy Group as we have secure Only DNS
zones.

Kindly suggest how to find the reason for the same.

Thanks,
Sukhwinder
Re: DNS Resolution [message #389414 is a reply to message #389239] Thu, 11 February 2010 10:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jonathan de Boyne Pol  is currently offline Jonathan de Boyne Pol  United Kingdom
Messages: 232
Registered: January 2010
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>
>
> Kindly suggest how to find the reason for the same.
>
Start by reading your logs. This is what they are there for. When an
update fails, the entity performing that update (i.e. the DHCP client,
or the DHCP server, or the NETLOGON service) will log the failure. The
DNS server may well log some information, too.
Re: DNS Resolution [message #389432 is a reply to message #389239] Thu, 11 February 2010 10:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jorge Silva  is currently offline Jorge Silva
Messages: 398
Registered: July 2009
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Hi
This behavior is normally caused by the account that is setup in DHCP.
Perhaps the password account is expired? Perhaps it was deleted?


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"Sukhwinder Singh" <SukhwinderSingh@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:4AC1CA49-F16E-4AE1-9CD6-F2FA0728FD61@microsoft.com...
> We have 59 domain Controllers installed across different location of our
> organisation. Each DC is configured as DNS server and are hosting a DNS
> zone
> which is AD integrated.
> All the windows desktops across organisation uses these DNS servers for
> internal name resolution and all the DC's have forwarder configured for
> external name resolution to other DNS server.
>
> Recently we have started facing the Issue that the Windows XP clients are
> not able to update the host records in the DNS servers. Somtimes after the
> DHCP renewing the IP the records are not getting updated in DNS server and
> the clients not able to ping any of the servers in the local network using
> host name. If we run Ipconfig /flushdns and registerdns command it works
> fine
> but after sometime it again start showing issue.
>
> DHCP servers are configured for Dynamic updates if client request and all
> the DHCP servers are added to DNSupdateProxy Group as we have secure Only
> DNS
> zones.
>
> Kindly suggest how to find the reason for the same.
>
> Thanks,
> Sukhwinder
>
Re: DNS Resolution [message #389844 is a reply to message #389239] Thu, 11 February 2010 22:19 Go to previous message
aceman  is currently offline aceman  United States
Messages: 5816
Registered: July 2009
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"Sukhwinder Singh" <SukhwinderSingh@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:4AC1CA49-F16E-4AE1-9CD6-F2FA0728FD61@microsoft.com...
> We have 59 domain Controllers installed across different location of our
> organisation. Each DC is configured as DNS server and are hosting a DNS
> zone
> which is AD integrated.
> All the windows desktops across organisation uses these DNS servers for
> internal name resolution and all the DC's have forwarder configured for
> external name resolution to other DNS server.
>
> Recently we have started facing the Issue that the Windows XP clients are
> not able to update the host records in the DNS servers. Somtimes after the
> DHCP renewing the IP the records are not getting updated in DNS server and
> the clients not able to ping any of the servers in the local network using
> host name. If we run Ipconfig /flushdns and registerdns command it works
> fine
> but after sometime it again start showing issue.
>
> DHCP servers are configured for Dynamic updates if client request and all
> the DHCP servers are added to DNSupdateProxy Group as we have secure Only
> DNS
> zones.
>
> Kindly suggest how to find the reason for the same.
>
> Thanks,
> Sukhwinder
>


Ahh, this was multiposted to the DNS group, too. Please see the replies in
that group too, please.


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