I don't know what Cliff said?
however the NEW version of DYNDNS Updater
Changes your DNS to THEIR DNS Servers
and will do exactly what you are describing
*yes thank you Dyndns.org @#$@#$3
Althought one can't blame them for trying to make money like
So put the updater on another PC or if you have the "OLD version
that doesn't do this you can use that also.
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"James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
> I have Server 2008 (not R2) with Hyper-V role installed. There are two
> NICs - for internal and external network (there is also virtual SBS 2003
> as main server). Everything worked fine 8 months and few days ago I had an
> error. Trying to resolve this issue I removed both virtual NICs, added it
> again and now DNS on NIC is very strange.
> First NIC has DG to ADSL router and DNS1 to ADSL router and DNS2 to ISP.
> After 1-2 mins both DNS IP addresses are automatically changed to
> 126.96.36.199 and
> 188.8.131.52 ?! Why happened that? If I change it, it will automatically
> modify again.
> I found that IP address belong to dyndns organization (if is it true) and
> DYNDNS client updater is installed on that machine.
> Second NIC has only one DNS - main SBS server, and similar afer 1-2 it is
> changed to 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11.
> Regarding this I have behavior like slow login to computer, which is
> related to wrong DNS on internal NIC.
> What happened, how can I resolve it.
> Thank you in advance!