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OmniouS
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  #821044 17-May-2013 11:29
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Foiler: The Name Servers tab don't you mean? That is where they are in this case ..


Hmmm External DNS servers usually go here in the forwarders tab: (Right click the server properties in the DNS console)



I'm curious as to which zone you are viewing the properties in from your screenshot above.. Is it the '.' zone?

locutus
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  #821097 17-May-2013 12:38
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Good point re SNR and NM. I am checking with our engineering team to determine what exactly we're display as part of this diagnostic.

 
 
 
 


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  #821182 17-May-2013 14:01
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OmniouS:
Foiler: The Name Servers tab don't you mean? That is where they are in this case ..


Hmmm External DNS servers usually go here in the forwarders tab: (Right click the server properties in the DNS console)

I'm curious as to which zone you are viewing the properties in from your screenshot above.. Is it the '.' zone?


Ok gotcha, thanks for that .. I have removed the ISP dns entries from the Forwarder properties, and  put them into the Server properties.

I think the root servers kick in for the setup which I had previously where ISP dns weren't specified?


OmniouS
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  #821902 19-May-2013 12:23
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Yep that's right :)

Foiler:
OmniouS:
Foiler: The Name Servers tab don't you mean? That is where they are in this case ..


Hmmm External DNS servers usually go here in the forwarders tab: (Right click the server properties in the DNS console)

I'm curious as to which zone you are viewing the properties in from your screenshot above.. Is it the '.' zone?


Ok gotcha, thanks for that .. I have removed the ISP dns entries from the Forwarder properties, and  put them into the Server properties.

I think the root servers kick in for the setup which I had previously where ISP dns weren't specified?


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