can ping FQDN but not netbios name using DNS for resolution.

Discussion in 'DNS Server' started by Jason Blake, Aug 12, 2009.

  1. Jason Blake

    Jason Blake Guest

    Hi guys.

    Added a new forward/reverse lookup zones to our DNS servers here today to
    represent our head offices domain. The domains are not trusted and no DNS
    replication is happening. I added some manual A host records to represent
    some servers. I can only ping the FQDN of these servers and not the
    Hostname/Netbios name.

    The only way to get hostname/netbios resolution working is to have a static
    Wins mapping. Im trrying to get away from using WINS. IS there away of
    getting netbios/hostname name resoltion working using DNS ?

    thanks
     
    Jason Blake, Aug 12, 2009
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  2. You will need to create an additional Search Suffix on each machine you want
    the Client Side Resolver to devolve to resolve names in that namespace,
    otherwise stick with WINS.

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    Ace Fekay [MCT], Aug 12, 2009
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  3. Jason Blake

    Jason Blake Guest

    thanks for the reply. you are right. Cant be done using DHCP in 2003 domain
    has to be a policy to.
     
    Jason Blake, Aug 12, 2009
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  4. That's correct about Group Policy. A policy would be created on each
    forest/domain for the other respective namespace.

    Ace
     
    Ace Fekay [MCT], Aug 12, 2009
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