I wouldn't really recommend running your AD servers in 35.15.x.y
address space, although I suppose that might work, as long as you
don't want to integrate the AD DNS space with any external DNS.
As soon as you integrate DNS with the campus DNS, you are also
interacting with the Internet at large, at least for DNS.
On Wed, Nov 07, 2007 at 03:05:25PM -0500, John Valenti wrote:
> Does anyone have a good cheat sheet (or link to web resource) on
> configuring Microsoft DNS to work with campus DNS?
> My Win2000 server is dying, so I'm migrating it to 2003R2. The old
> server has DNS installed, but it has never been quite right. Would
> like to get it right this time, unless there is some way to totally
> avoid MS DNS.
> Does anyone run their AD servers in 35.15.x.y address space, to
> eliminate traffic from outside of the building? (we've been behind a
> firewall blocking all MS-Net traffic for several years and really
> like the protection that provides from windows malware)
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