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DNS Servers with 3 DC's

DNS Servers with 3 DC's

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If I have 2 virtual domain controllers/DNS and I'm going to keep the third 10 year old physical one also. My question is about setting up the DNS servers when configuring the Static IP's. Should I mix match them?

For instance:

Server1 = Primary DNS 128.100.11.2 Secondary DNS 128.100.11.3
Server2 = Primary DNS 128.100.11.3 Secondary DNS 128.100.11.4
Server3 = Primary DNS 128.100.11.4 Secondary DNS 128.100.11.2

In case of a disaster one would cover the other one, etc.

Thanks

RE: DNS Servers with 3 DC's

As long as your zone synchronization between DNS hosts is solid, there should be no problem. If my customer can't show me confidence in such a thing, then I tell them to just make sure all servers have the same DNS servers in the same order.

Brent Schmidt [color red]Keep IT Simple[/color red]
SeĀ±or Network Engineer http://www.kiscc.com

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