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DNS Recursive: Failed - Simple: Passed ???

Anoniem
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  • Als ik mijn DNS test in windows 2000 server dan krijg ik bij simple query: passed en bij recursive query: failed.

    Wat is een recursive query precies ? en hoe los ik deze fout melding op ?
    Volgens mij heeft dit te maken met het probleem dat ik ook geen mail binnen kan halen. (maar wel als ik het IP gebruik)

    Ik draai ISA-Server maar niet op het windows 2000 server zelf (waar ik deze foutmelding dus krijg)
  • Bij een recursive query vraag je het IP-adres op van een host die niet bekend is op jouw DNS server. Een recursive query is dus een query die door jouw DNS server wordt uitgevoerd op een andere DNS server.

    Vreemd dat dat bij jou niet goed gaat. Ik heb thuis ongeveer dezelfde situatie (ik heb maar 1 server, dus ISA en DNS draaien op dezelfde server) en bij mij gaat alles gewoon goed.
  • To test a recursive query on the DNS server

    Open DNS.
    In the console tree, click the applicable DNS server.
    Where?
    DNS
    applicable DNS server

    On the Action menu, click Properties.
    Click the Monitoring tab.
    Select the A recursive query to other DNS servers check box.
    Click Test Now.
    Notes

    To open DNS, click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS.
    Results of the query test appear in the Test results list box.
    To enable automatic query testing on the DNS server

    Open DNS.
    In the console tree, click the applicable DNS server.
    Where?
    DNS
    applicable DNS server

    On the Action menu, click Properties.
    Click the Monitoring tab.
    Select the type of testing to be used during automatic query testing. You can select from the following:
    A simple query against this DNS server
    A recursive query to other DNS servers
    Both query test types
    Select the Perform automatic testing at the following interval check box.
    Set the Test interval to be used.
    The query tests that you select are performed at regular intervals based on the value of the interval you specify. The default polling interval is 1 minute.

    Notes

    To open DNS, click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS.
    Results of automated query tests appear in Test results and are updated after each test interval.
    To view the DNS server system event log

    Open Event Viewer.
    If the DNS server for which you want to view the log is located on another computer, do the following:
    on the Action menu, click Connect to another computer.
    Select Another computer and specify the name or IP address of the remote computer.
    In console tree, click DNS Server.
    In the details pane, you can view the listing of events the DNS Server service has logged.
    To view additional details for a specific event, double-click the event.

    Note

    To open Event Viewer, click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Event Viewer.
    To view a DNS server debug log file

    Stop the DNS Server service.
    Open WordPad.
    On the File menu, click Open.
    In Open, for File name, specify the path to the DNS server debug log file.
    By default, if the applicable DNS server is running locally, the file and path are as follows:

    %SystemRoot%\System32\Dns\Dns.log

    After you specify the correct path and file, click Open to view the log file.
    Notes

    To open WordPad, click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, and then click WordPad.
    By default, the Dns.log file is empty if you have not previously enabled debug logging options.
    Debug logging slows DNS server performance and should only be enabled for temporary use.
    Add and remove zones
    Add a forward lookup zone
    Add a reverse lookup zone
    Delete a zone
    Pause a zone
    Start a zone
    To add a forward lookup zone

    Open DNS.
    In the console tree, click Forward Lookup Zones.
    Where?
    DNS
    applicable DNS server
    Forward Lookup Zones

    On the Action menu, click New Zone.
    In the New Zone wizard, follow the instructions to create the new forward lookup zone.
    Note

    To open DNS, click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS.
    To add a reverse lookup zone

    Open DNS.
    In the console tree, click Reverse Lookup Zones.
    Where?
    DNS
    applicable DNS server
    Reverse Lookup Zones

    On the Action menu, click New Zone.
    In the New Zone wizard, follow the instructions to create the new reverse lookup zone.
    Note

    To open DNS, click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS.
    To delete a zone

    Open DNS.
    In the console tree, click the applicable zone.
    Where?
    DNS
    applicable DNS server
    Forward Lookup Zones (or Reverse Lookup Zones)
    applicable zone

    On the Action menu, click Delete.
    When asked to confirm that you want to delete the zone, click OK.
    Caution

    Deleting an Active Directory-integrated zone effectively deletes the zone from use at all other Windows 2000 DNS servers that use same directory store of zone data to load and update the zone locally.
    Notes

    To open DNS, click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS.
    This procedure is most often used to delete a secondary copy of a zone, although it can also be used to delete a primary zone.
    Deleting a standard primary zone is usually unnecessary, unless you are redesigning your DNS namespace and the zone is no longer needed or used. In most cases, you can change the zone type if you only want to modify the zone.
    To pause a zone

    Open DNS.
    In the console tree, click the applicable zone.
    Where?
    DNS
    applicable DNS server
    Forward Lookup Zones (or Reverse Lookup Zones)
    applicable zone

    On the Action menu, click Properties.
    In the Applicable zone Properties, on the General tab, click Pause, and then click OK.
    Notes

    To open DNS, click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS.
    By default, zones are started when created or loaded at the server. Once you use this procedure to pause a zone, you must restart the zone before it is available for servicing clients or zone updates.
    To start a zone

    Open DNS.
    In the console tree, click the applicable zone.
    Where?
    DNS
    applicable DNS server
    Forward Lookup Zones (or Reverse Lookup Zones)
    applicable zone

    On the Action menu, click Properties.
    In Applicable zone Properties, on the General tab, click Start, and then click OK.
    Notes

    To open DNS, click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS.
    By default, zones are started when created or loaded at the server. Only zones that have previously been paused need to be restarted.
  • Je die heb ik aangemaakt…. Zowel 1 voor de 172.16.x.x en 1 voor de 192.168.1.x

    waarom krijg ik die fout melding dan ???

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