Server with 2 IPs - PCs resolve to different IPs???

Discussion in 'DNS Server' started by Jason F, Jan 28, 2005.

  1. Jason F

    Jason F Guest

    I just inherited a network with 4 servers that all have 2 IPs configured on
    them. In my experience this is no good. While trying to remove the unneeded
    IP from the servers, I have come across several PCs that still try to resolve
    the IP address that I removed, even after manually removing all DNS records
    pointing to it, flushing the DNS cached, etc. Any ideas why this would be
    happening?

    Appreciated.
     
    Jason F, Jan 28, 2005
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    Are these IPs on the same subnet?

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    Herb Martin Guest

    There are (on modern machines) caches on both the
    server and the client side:

    DNS server cache
    DNS client cache

    Use IpConfig /flushDNS or Stop/Start the "DNS Client"
    service to flush the client side cache.
     
    Herb Martin, Jan 28, 2005
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