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Win2k DNS + Netscreen Problem

Win2k DNS + Netscreen Problem

Win2k DNS + Netscreen Problem

(OP)
I posted this in the Win2k server forum but maybe it would have been better in this forum.

Thread96-483244 someone who is familiar with DNS could give me an answer I would appreciate it.The link is there so I don`t have to reexplain.

All I want to achieve is for the 5xt to have the external ip and get the server to return that ip for outside queries.I want to fool the outside into thinking it`s the servers actual ip when really it has an Internal one.

I have asked people I know at netscreen and they seem to think it`s possible but it`s not their field of expertise except solving issues with the hardware.

It`s driving me mad now and I can finish setting up internal lan till it`s resolved as it will cause chaos at the company.Especially the email.

I appreciate all help given and any future input.

Thanks guys

Mooncat

RE: Win2k DNS + Netscreen Problem

(OP)
No Ideas???

I just can`t get my head around it.Do I have to set up a virtual nic with my primary ext ip and no gateway so I can force the dns on that ip?

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