"jad" <noreply@newsgroup> wrote in message
> thanks for your replies
> just to reiterate the scenario:
> It is wierd that this only started happenning yesterday and coincides with
> adding the primary and secondary DNS of ISP1 to the server NIC (this site
> is a bit of a nightmare - they have no access info to the router so can't
> check what is setup there unless I reset it). They were plodding along OK
> and all of a sudden they had no email or internet. Adding the DNS entries
> resolved this then these email NDRs.....
You've received some great suggestions how to handle the reverse DNS issue,
which I agree with, is that you must contact the ISP who owns the IP
Regarding your paragrpaph above, you are saying that you are using the ISP's
DNS adresses on your SBS? Is the server configured with two NICs? You should
really set both NICs to the SBS IP address itself as the only DNS IP
address, and allow your own DNS server to resolve outside names. Configure a
Forwarder in DNS. The following will help explain it, and applied to SBS.
323380 - HOW TO Configure DNS for Internet Access in Windows Server 2003
(including how to configure a Forwarder) :
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