Re: AD SRV records not shown in delegated child domain
From: Paul Landregan (plandregan_at_hotmail.com)
Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 21:55:50 -0000
"Kevin D. Goodknecht [MVP]" <admin@nospam.LSAOL.COM> wrote in message
> In news:c0gid0$16m4ja$1@ID-198833.news.uni-berlin.de,
> Paul Landregan <email@example.com> posted a question
> Then Kevin replied below:
> : I have a domain tree, lets call it domain.com. With many child
> : domains alpha bravo etc.
> : Heres my problem. All but one of the child domains have srv records,
> : _sites, _etc etc. The latest addition to the tree was configured
> : exactly the same way but has no srv records. The only difference is
> : its the first DC in a new site but still part of the overall tree.
> : The child DNS is configured as follows.
> : NIC 1
> : TCP/IP address 172.20.1.13
> : Mask 255.255.255.0
> : Primary DNS 172.20.1.13
> : Secondary DNS Blank
> : NIC2
> : Address 172.20.13.254
> : Mask 255.255.255.0
> : Primary DNS 172.20.13.254
> : Secondary Blank
> : The DNS was configures using the wizard to create an AD integrated
> : Zone called alpha, also the reverse was configured too using the
> : 172.20.13 address.
> : Listed in the DNS are only two records start of authority -
> : dc.alpha.domain.com, and Name server dc.alpha.domain.com
> : No hosts at all. No SRV records no nothing.
> : The root hints are correctly set to my root server located at
> : 172.20.1.254 Dynamic Updates are set to Yes.
> : In the root DNS server there is a delegation record for
> : alpha.domain.com pointing to the address of the child dc 172.20.1.13
> : I have tried restarting the netlogon service to no avail.
> : Could this be related to being in a different site to the rest of the
> : tree??
> : One thing I did try is changing the DNS address on the NICS to the
> : root server.
> : After about 5 mins a domain folder was created containing the SRV
> : records that should have been created at the child DNS. But when the
> : address was correctly set back to itself no SRV records were created
> : at the child.
> Check the zone on the child DC to see if "Allow dynamic updates" is set to
Yes it is. Default is allow secure updates, All child domins are set to Yes.
> Best regards,
> Kevin D4 Dad Goodknecht Sr. [MVP]
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