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Configure Stub Zone in Windows DNS Server

Stub zone is one of the way to forward DNS query for a specific zone to another DNS server where the zone resides (the Master server). Stub zone is similar to Secondary zone, but instead of creating duplicate of all records, it keeps only the information of SOA and NS record from the Master. The […]
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Configure Secondary Zone in Windows DNS Server

When adding a DNS zone, there is an option to create secondary zone. A secondary zone is basically a replica of zone from another existing DNS server in the network. The other server which is being replicated is called the Master. Any changes on the Master applies to the secondary zone as well, but not […]
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Configure Conditional Forwarding in Windows Server 2012 R2

Conditional forwarding is another method of resolving external names by forwarding DNS query to another DNS server (or called the Forwarder). Conditional forwarding is different with regular DNS forwarding. In regular DNS forwarding the server will forward all queries that it cannot resolve to the Forwarder, but in conditional forwarding the server will only forward […]