Re: MS DNS Server on Multihomed Host

Mitchell B. Wagers ( (no email) )
Mon, 08 Dec 1997 09:58:47 -0800

You can't have A primary and a secondary on the same box, nor a primary and
a primary...DNS Server is ONE service...
If you want to do two class C's, you need to bind two IP's to the nic, and
that isn't bridging anything. If that machine supplies a cross-network
gateway (i.e. the bridge between the two sides), then it is bridging, but
NT doesn't bridge very well.

At 01:21 PM 12/8/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Has anyone tried the following ?
>If so what results.
>A NT Server Bridging two class c Networks, running MS DNS Server. The two
>class C's have primary DNS Servers on them (As well as secondary), will MS
>DNS Stand up to fielding DNS requests from both sides (i.e. can both
>primaries be put on one central Box.) ?
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