RE: dns question

  • From: "Hery" <hery@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2003 09:18:40 +0700

MessageHi Khan,

What i have doing  last time is remove the foward lookup zones and reverse 
zone, then create again the foward / reverse zone.  amazing, now it works.  
usign nslookup, then the name server is displayed correctly. the public ip is 
correct, and the private ip is also shown when i query for the domain name.  
then i remove the host for private ip in foward lookup zones.  now it work 
fine.  now the problem for me is, i want to know how to make my exchange 2000 
(using priate ip) can be recognize from outside ?
i try query for mx record (nslookup), but the result is rto.  i'm share the 
internet connection using kerio winroute firewall 5.0.  Hirantha W had post the 
solution, but it did not working.  maybe you or other can help me ?  sorry, my 
english is not good.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Faizal Khan 
  To: [ExchangeList] 
  Sent: Thursday, September 25, 2003 19:04 PM
  Subject: [exchangelist] RE: dns question



  My guess is that your reverse DNS is not reading properly.  I would advise 
removing the host related to this record and reverse dns.  Then re-add this 
entry, of course choose the option create an associate pointer.

  Then rerun the command nslookup.  If you continue to have problems, my next 
bet would be to check your forwarders.

  To do this open DNS console and right click on <ServerName> and then 
properties, click on forwarders tab and see where this computer is forwarding 
DNS info to for resolution.  In a quick check scenario just disable the 
forwarders restart DNS and try nslookup once again.


  With Kind Regards,




  Faizal Khan
  Manager, Management Information Systems
  Guyana Forestry Commission
  1 Water Street, Kingston, 
  Georgetown, GUYANA.
  Tel :  + (592) 226-7272
  Fax : + (592) 226-8956
  Email: ManagerMIS@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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