I have two nic's. Ones is on a 192.168.x.x network and the other one is on a 10.x.x.x network. The one thats is on the 10.192.x.x network. It gets it static address set from DHCP. How should I configure my gateways, DNS & Active directory? The primary DNS servers are Linux servers. I haven't been able to find much on the internet on this. I would appreicate help. Is it possible to have windows dns secondary zones stored as AD integrated zones instead in a .dns file ? So they will get secure dynamic updates.
Let me clarify. I have two subnets. One windows 2008 r2 AD server with two nics. One is a 192.168.x.x network the windows 2008 r2 AD server is configured to be a secondary. The primary is a linux DNS server. On the other subnet is on a virtual LAN and gets it static address from DHCP of 10.192.x.x. The windows 2008 r2 AD server is configured to be a secondary. I don't want to copy the whole DNS zone from the 10.192.x.x for its rather large. Also, they are managing DNS on that zone. How can I join my ten computers on that 10.192.x.x to my Windows Server 2008 r2 AD server? I can ping my Windows Server from the xp client computers, but I can't ping the xp clients from my w2k8 server. I'm unable to join the xp computers to the w2k8 server. How can I configure my server DNS, Active Directory, zones etc ? Thanks
What do you mean routing the 10.192.x.x to the other network ? Also, the error I'm getting is: "The following error occurred when DNS queried for the service location (SRV) resource record used to locate a DC for domain cos.gmu.edu: The error was: "DNS name doesn't exist." The query was for the SRV record for _ldap._tcp.dc._msdcs.cos.gmu.edu Common causes of the this error include the following: -DNS SRV record is not registered in DNS. -One or more of following zones do not include delegation to its child zone: cos.gmu.edu gmu.edu edu . (the root zone)