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DNS setup on SBS

Nslookup says can not find my domain.. also can not send emails to AOL among others - think i have set my DNS up wrong - we do get external email

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Hi,
I think u may have to contact ur ISP (Internet Service Provider) for DNS details. Alternatively...u may also try using the settings as 'Detect DNS automatically'...


Bye

Have a nice day.

I hope ... this solves ur problem. :)

Posted on May 04, 2008

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    Chintu-KPV May 04, 2008

    B'Cos mostly all ISPs provide service with automatic configurations and Dynamic IP... :)

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hello, is your server 2003 setup as DNS server??? if so have you configured forwarder for non- local access? is that a home? or business? is it work do you not have a static public IP address.

here whats happening, when you manually give client the DNS they can resolve everything local fine but when a request for outside world is sent your server doesn't know what to do with it. log on to server open up your dns console, right click on your domain, then select properties, find forwarder tab and add a any reliable public DNS server there ( ie I use 4.2.2.1 (att)) server pretty quick and reliable.
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but from your setup i am gathering there is plently you do to improve your network and reduce your headache of manual work.

typical setup: 1- setup DNS with forwarder
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let me know if your need help setting it up.

i hope this helps
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If you've recently set up the DNS records, then try giving them some more time to populate on the internet.

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