There are two ways to configure DNS: One way: - Allowing DNS outgoing for your internal nameservers - internal nameservers forwarding to ISP-DNS - ASG pointing to internal nameservers Another way: - ASG forwarding to ISP-nameservers - "request routing" on ASG for internal domain pointing to internal nameservers - internal nameservers forwarding to ASG Which way do you use? And why? Which is "officially preferred"? Both configurations seem working good for me, we run the first alternative on our cluster, the second in branch offices without internal dns (domain dns reachable via site2site-vpn). Thanks for your ideas! Thomas
They're ordered alphabetically in V7 and V8, so changing the hostnames is the only way.
It depends on how you have your internal name server configured. In Windows Server, for example, workstation.mydomain.local is resolved by entries in the Forward Lookup Zones. ***.yyy.168.192.in-addr.arpa is reolved by entries in Reverse Lookup Zones. If you don't have DNS on your server configured to create reverse-zone entries automatically, then there's no information to retrieve. [;)]
Cheers - Bob
Can you post a screenshot?