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[offtopic] DNS is automatically changed

J

James

#1
216.146.35.35
216.146.35.36

Hi,

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
216.146.35.35 and
216.146.35.36 ?! 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 216.146.35.35 and 216.146.35.36.


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!

Regards
 

My Computer

C

Cliff Galiher - MVP

#2
It sounds like you already know the answer. Your DynDNS updater is making
changes for you. You'll have to review that documentation and may have to
contact them to resolve the issue.

With that said, a virtualization host OS should *just* be a host OS. The
DynDNS updater should not be installed on the host OS at all. Install it on
one of the child OS's if you must, but not the host.

-Cliff


"James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:uHfS7811KHA.4724@newsgroup

> 216.146.35.35
> 216.146.35.36
>
> Hi,
>
> 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
> 216.146.35.35 and
> 216.146.35.36 ?! 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 216.146.35.35 and 216.146.35.36.
>
>
> 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!
>
> Regards
>
>
>
 

My Computer

R

Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]

#3
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
OPENDNS.org does.

So put the updater on another PC or if you have the "OLD version
that doesn't do this you can use that also.

Russ

--
Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]
MCP, MCPS, MCNPS, SBSC
Small Business Server/Computer Support - www.SBITS.Biz
Question or Second Opinion - www.PersonalITConsultant.com
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"James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:uHfS7811KHA.4724@newsgroup

> 216.146.35.35
> 216.146.35.36
>
> Hi,
>
> 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
> 216.146.35.35 and
> 216.146.35.36 ?! 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 216.146.35.35 and 216.146.35.36.
>
>
> 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!
>
> Regards
>
>
>
 

My Computer

R

Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]

#4
Now I read what Cliff said
Yup (I should have in the first place)
Cliff is correct it's making the changes for you..
:)
Russ

--
Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]
MCP, MCPS, MCNPS, SBSC
Small Business Server/Computer Support - www.SBITS.Biz
Question or Second Opinion - www.PersonalITConsultant.com
BPOS - Microsoft Online Services - www.Microsoft-Online-Services.com
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"Cliff Galiher - MVP" <cgaliher@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:D960379B-CDEA-4163-BA1B-23D235149D6E@newsgroup

> It sounds like you already know the answer. Your DynDNS updater is making
> changes for you. You'll have to review that documentation and may have to
> contact them to resolve the issue.
>
> With that said, a virtualization host OS should *just* be a host OS. The
> DynDNS updater should not be installed on the host OS at all. Install it
> on one of the child OS's if you must, but not the host.
>
> -Cliff
>
>
> "James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:uHfS7811KHA.4724@newsgroup

>> 216.146.35.35
>> 216.146.35.36
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> 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
>> 216.146.35.35 and
>> 216.146.35.36 ?! 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 216.146.35.35 and 216.146.35.36.
>>
>>
>> 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!
>>
>> Regards
>>
>>
>>
 

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B

Bill Sanderson

#5
Yuck! If there's no way to turn this off, I'm going to guard a local copy
of the installer for the older version like gold...

Tonight I had trouble resolving salesforce.com--no other domains just that
one. Tried switching dns on my router from Verizon to opendns. No change.
Eventually, I realized I'd set dns on my laptop to Google's DNS servers.
Not anymore....

I want complete control (within the limits of my memory....) of my dns
settings.



"Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]" <russ@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:CD706128-B78F-44A1-87DC-1559367C734A@newsgroup

> 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
> OPENDNS.org does.
>
> So put the updater on another PC or if you have the "OLD version
> that doesn't do this you can use that also.
>
> Russ
>
> --
> Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]
> MCP, MCPS, MCNPS, SBSC
> Small Business Server/Computer Support - www.SBITS.Biz
> Question or Second Opinion - www.PersonalITConsultant.com
> BPOS - Microsoft Online Services - www.Microsoft-Online-Services.com
> http://www.twitter.com/SBITSdotBiz
>
> "James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:uHfS7811KHA.4724@newsgroup

>> 216.146.35.35
>> 216.146.35.36
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> 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
>> 216.146.35.35 and
>> 216.146.35.36 ?! 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 216.146.35.35 and 216.146.35.36.
>>
>>
>> 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!
>>
>> Regards
>>
>>
>>
 

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B

Bill Sanderson

#6
OK - According to the install instructions, this is an option and is easily
disabled:
------
Select whether you wish to enable Internet Guide, our free recursive DNS
service which offers phishing and malware protection as well as customizable
content filtering. (You may disable the service at any time by unchecking
the "Enable Internet Guide" field on the Advanced tab of the update client.)
------
Aside from the somewhat misleading name, this doesn't seem to be too much of
a barrier to using the client.


"Bill Sanderson" <bill_sanderson@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:B7FDA9B4-9208-4A8B-BB2E-2F30AF5DB394@newsgroup

> Yuck! If there's no way to turn this off, I'm going to guard a local copy
> of the installer for the older version like gold...
>
> Tonight I had trouble resolving salesforce.com--no other domains just that
> one. Tried switching dns on my router from Verizon to opendns. No
> change. Eventually, I realized I'd set dns on my laptop to Google's DNS
> servers. Not anymore....
>
> I want complete control (within the limits of my memory....) of my dns
> settings.
>
>
>
> "Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]" <russ@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:CD706128-B78F-44A1-87DC-1559367C734A@newsgroup

>> 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
>> OPENDNS.org does.
>>
>> So put the updater on another PC or if you have the "OLD version
>> that doesn't do this you can use that also.
>>
>> Russ
>>
>> --
>> Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]
>> MCP, MCPS, MCNPS, SBSC
>> Small Business Server/Computer Support - www.SBITS.Biz
>> Question or Second Opinion - www.PersonalITConsultant.com
>> BPOS - Microsoft Online Services - www.Microsoft-Online-Services.com
>> http://www.twitter.com/SBITSdotBiz
>>
>> "James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> news:uHfS7811KHA.4724@newsgroup

>>> 216.146.35.35
>>> 216.146.35.36
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> 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
>>> 216.146.35.35 and
>>> 216.146.35.36 ?! 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 216.146.35.35 and 216.146.35.36.
>>>
>>>
>>> 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!
>>>
>>> Regards
>>>
>>>
>>>
 

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R

Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]

#7
Ah I didn't see that in the version I had a while back
Glad to see it's there
thanks for letting me know
Russ

--
Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]
MCP, MCPS, MCNPS, SBSC
Small Business Server/Computer Support - www.SBITS.Biz
Question or Second Opinion - www.PersonalITConsultant.com
BPOS - Microsoft Online Services - www.Microsoft-Online-Services.com
http://www.twitter.com/SBITSdotBiz

"Bill Sanderson" <bill_sanderson@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:531B6ABE-D8AB-497E-8131-1EB4DC3563C3@newsgroup

> OK - According to the install instructions, this is an option and is
> easily disabled:
> ------
> Select whether you wish to enable Internet Guide, our free recursive DNS
> service which offers phishing and malware protection as well as
> customizable content filtering. (You may disable the service at any time
> by unchecking the "Enable Internet Guide" field on the Advanced tab of the
> update client.)
> ------
> Aside from the somewhat misleading name, this doesn't seem to be too much
> of a barrier to using the client.
>
>
> "Bill Sanderson" <bill_sanderson@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:B7FDA9B4-9208-4A8B-BB2E-2F30AF5DB394@newsgroup

>> Yuck! If there's no way to turn this off, I'm going to guard a local
>> copy of the installer for the older version like gold...
>>
>> Tonight I had trouble resolving salesforce.com--no other domains just
>> that one. Tried switching dns on my router from Verizon to opendns. No
>> change. Eventually, I realized I'd set dns on my laptop to Google's DNS
>> servers. Not anymore....
>>
>> I want complete control (within the limits of my memory....) of my dns
>> settings.
>>
>>
>>
>> "Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]" <russ@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> news:CD706128-B78F-44A1-87DC-1559367C734A@newsgroup

>>> 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
>>> OPENDNS.org does.
>>>
>>> So put the updater on another PC or if you have the "OLD version
>>> that doesn't do this you can use that also.
>>>
>>> Russ
>>>
>>> --
>>> Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]
>>> MCP, MCPS, MCNPS, SBSC
>>> Small Business Server/Computer Support - www.SBITS.Biz
>>> Question or Second Opinion - www.PersonalITConsultant.com
>>> BPOS - Microsoft Online Services - www.Microsoft-Online-Services.com
>>> http://www.twitter.com/SBITSdotBiz
>>>
>>> "James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
>>> news:uHfS7811KHA.4724@newsgroup
>>>> 216.146.35.35
>>>> 216.146.35.36
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> 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
>>>> 216.146.35.35 and
>>>> 216.146.35.36 ?! 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 216.146.35.35 and 216.146.35.36.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> 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!
>>>>
>>>> Regards
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
 

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A

Andrew M. Saucci, Jr.

#8
Better still, don't ever use software updaters-- they are terrible.
I always use an updater built into a hardware router or firewall.

"Cliff Galiher - MVP" <cgaliher@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:D960379B-CDEA-4163-BA1B-23D235149D6E@newsgroup

> It sounds like you already know the answer. Your DynDNS updater is making
> changes for you. You'll have to review that documentation and may have to
> contact them to resolve the issue.
>
> With that said, a virtualization host OS should *just* be a host OS. The
> DynDNS updater should not be installed on the host OS at all. Install it
> on one of the child OS's if you must, but not the host.
>
> -Cliff
>
>
> "James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:uHfS7811KHA.4724@newsgroup

>> 216.146.35.35
>> 216.146.35.36
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> 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
>> 216.146.35.35 and
>> 216.146.35.36 ?! 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 216.146.35.35 and 216.146.35.36.
>>
>>
>> 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!
>>
>> Regards
>>
>>
>>
 

My Computer

R

Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]

#9
unfortunately with Dyndns.org
most routers update too quickly now for them
and you get a "you are updating too often"
and if you do not use their software, they suspend your account for abuse :(

Dlink has their own free service also with it built into their routers.

Russ

--
Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]
MCP, MCPS, MCNPS, SBSC
Small Business Server/Computer Support - www.SBITS.Biz
Question or Second Opinion - www.PersonalITConsultant.com
BPOS - Microsoft Online Services - www.Microsoft-Online-Services.com
http://www.twitter.com/SBITSdotBiz

"Andrew M. Saucci, Jr." <spam-only@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:eN54kW51KHA.4560@newsgroup

> Better still, don't ever use software updaters-- they are terrible.
> I always use an updater built into a hardware router or firewall.
>
> "Cliff Galiher - MVP" <cgaliher@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:D960379B-CDEA-4163-BA1B-23D235149D6E@newsgroup

>> It sounds like you already know the answer. Your DynDNS updater is
>> making changes for you. You'll have to review that documentation and may
>> have to contact them to resolve the issue.
>>
>> With that said, a virtualization host OS should *just* be a host OS. The
>> DynDNS updater should not be installed on the host OS at all. Install it
>> on one of the child OS's if you must, but not the host.
>>
>> -Cliff
>>
>>
>> "James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> news:uHfS7811KHA.4724@newsgroup

>>> 216.146.35.35
>>> 216.146.35.36
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> 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
>>> 216.146.35.35 and
>>> 216.146.35.36 ?! 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 216.146.35.35 and 216.146.35.36.
>>>
>>>
>>> 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!
>>>
>>> Regards
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
 

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J

James

#10
"Cliff Galiher - MVP" <cgaliher@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:D960379B-CDEA-4163-BA1B-23D235149D6E@newsgroup

> It sounds like you already know the answer. Your DynDNS updater is making
> changes for you. You'll have to review that documentation and may have to
> contact them to resolve the issue.
>
> With that said, a virtualization host OS should *just* be a host OS. The
> DynDNS updater should not be installed on the host OS at all. Install it
> on one of the child OS's if you must, but not the host.
>

1) That worked few months perfectly!
2) it must be on host because there are few virtual machines and I need to
administer it from that server
3) it cannot be on router (dyndns updater) because it doesn't work fine
 

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C

Charlie Russel - MVP

#11
I've used DirectUpdate successfully as well, with no ill effects and no
extra options you need to disable. And it fully supports DynDNS along with
lots of other providers and is completely configurable for how often it
updates, etc.

--
Charlie.
http://msmvps.com/blogs/russel




"Bill Sanderson" <bill_sanderson@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:531B6ABE-D8AB-497E-8131-1EB4DC3563C3@newsgroup

> OK - According to the install instructions, this is an option and is
> easily disabled:
> ------
> Select whether you wish to enable Internet Guide, our free recursive DNS
> service which offers phishing and malware protection as well as
> customizable content filtering. (You may disable the service at any time
> by unchecking the "Enable Internet Guide" field on the Advanced tab of the
> update client.)
> ------
> Aside from the somewhat misleading name, this doesn't seem to be too much
> of a barrier to using the client.
>
>
> "Bill Sanderson" <bill_sanderson@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:B7FDA9B4-9208-4A8B-BB2E-2F30AF5DB394@newsgroup

>> Yuck! If there's no way to turn this off, I'm going to guard a local
>> copy of the installer for the older version like gold...
>>
>> Tonight I had trouble resolving salesforce.com--no other domains just
>> that one. Tried switching dns on my router from Verizon to opendns. No
>> change. Eventually, I realized I'd set dns on my laptop to Google's DNS
>> servers. Not anymore....
>>
>> I want complete control (within the limits of my memory....) of my dns
>> settings.
>>
>>
>>
>> "Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]" <russ@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> news:CD706128-B78F-44A1-87DC-1559367C734A@newsgroup

>>> 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
>>> OPENDNS.org does.
>>>
>>> So put the updater on another PC or if you have the "OLD version
>>> that doesn't do this you can use that also.
>>>
>>> Russ
>>>
>>> --
>>> Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]
>>> MCP, MCPS, MCNPS, SBSC
>>> Small Business Server/Computer Support - www.SBITS.Biz
>>> Question or Second Opinion - www.PersonalITConsultant.com
>>> BPOS - Microsoft Online Services - www.Microsoft-Online-Services.com
>>> http://www.twitter.com/SBITSdotBiz
>>>
>>> "James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
>>> news:uHfS7811KHA.4724@newsgroup
>>>> 216.146.35.35
>>>> 216.146.35.36
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> 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
>>>> 216.146.35.35 and
>>>> 216.146.35.36 ?! 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 216.146.35.35 and 216.146.35.36.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> 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!
>>>>
>>>> Regards
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
 

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SuperGumby [SBS MVP]

#12
PAHHH, I have the exact opposite opinion. Ain't the world a wonderful place.

I have found software to work much better than router clients.

"Andrew M. Saucci, Jr." <spam-only@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:eN54kW51KHA.4560@newsgroup

> Better still, don't ever use software updaters-- they are terrible.
> I always use an updater built into a hardware router or firewall.
>
> "Cliff Galiher - MVP" <cgaliher@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:D960379B-CDEA-4163-BA1B-23D235149D6E@newsgroup

>> It sounds like you already know the answer. Your DynDNS updater is
>> making changes for you. You'll have to review that documentation and may
>> have to contact them to resolve the issue.
>>
>> With that said, a virtualization host OS should *just* be a host OS. The
>> DynDNS updater should not be installed on the host OS at all. Install it
>> on one of the child OS's if you must, but not the host.
>>
>> -Cliff
>>
>>
>> "James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> news:uHfS7811KHA.4724@newsgroup

>>> 216.146.35.35
>>> 216.146.35.36
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> 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
>>> 216.146.35.35 and
>>> 216.146.35.36 ?! 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 216.146.35.35 and 216.146.35.36.
>>>
>>>
>>> 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!
>>>
>>> Regards
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
 

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Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]

#13
LOL,
I love the hardware however like I said the DynDNS.org Doesn't like the
updates too often :(

Oh well, Main thing it works...
and it is easier than it was long ago!

Russ

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"SuperGumby [SBS MVP]" <not@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:#LrEY2A2KHA.4336@newsgroup

> PAHHH, I have the exact opposite opinion. Ain't the world a wonderful
> place.
>
> I have found software to work much better than router clients.
>
> "Andrew M. Saucci, Jr." <spam-only@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:eN54kW51KHA.4560@newsgroup

>> Better still, don't ever use software updaters-- they are
>> terrible. I always use an updater built into a hardware router or
>> firewall.
>>
>> "Cliff Galiher - MVP" <cgaliher@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> news:D960379B-CDEA-4163-BA1B-23D235149D6E@newsgroup

>>> It sounds like you already know the answer. Your DynDNS updater is
>>> making changes for you. You'll have to review that documentation and
>>> may have to contact them to resolve the issue.
>>>
>>> With that said, a virtualization host OS should *just* be a host OS.
>>> The DynDNS updater should not be installed on the host OS at all.
>>> Install it on one of the child OS's if you must, but not the host.
>>>
>>> -Cliff
>>>
>>>
>>> "James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
>>> news:uHfS7811KHA.4724@newsgroup
>>>> 216.146.35.35
>>>> 216.146.35.36
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> 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
>>>> 216.146.35.35 and
>>>> 216.146.35.36 ?! 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 216.146.35.35 and 216.146.35.36.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> 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!
>>>>
>>>> Regards
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>
>>
>
>
 

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James

#14
"Bill Sanderson" <bill_sanderson@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:B7FDA9B4-9208-4A8B-BB2E-2F30AF5DB394@newsgroup

> Yuck! If there's no way to turn this off, I'm going to guard a local copy
> of the installer for the older version like gold...
Can you please upload that old version?
 

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James

#15
"Bill Sanderson" <bill_sanderson@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:B7FDA9B4-9208-4A8B-BB2E-2F30AF5DB394@newsgroup

> Yuck! If there's no way to turn this off, I'm going to guard a local copy
> of the installer for the older version like gold...
>
I found 3.0 version and it really works as before!
 

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Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]

#16
someone said that the new version you can shut that off?
If not I copied my directory here.
http://www.sbits.biz/dns
I couldn't find the install for it sorry
(I hope this works)

Russ

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"James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:u2XJ6yG2KHA.5200@newsgroup

> "Bill Sanderson" <bill_sanderson@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:B7FDA9B4-9208-4A8B-BB2E-2F30AF5DB394@newsgroup

>> Yuck! If there's no way to turn this off, I'm going to guard a local
>> copy of the installer for the older version like gold...
>
> Can you please upload that old version?
>
>
>
>
 

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Andrew M. Saucci, Jr.

#17
While I have occasionally had problems with hardware updaters being
blocked, they are far less severe and far less frequent than problems I've
had with software updaters, which are junk-- I don't care what DynDns says
about them. A firmware update will generally fix problems with hardware
updaters. Junky software updaters just never belong on an SBS.

I also object to the term "abuse" in this context. (I know-- it's
their term, but I object nonetheless.) The word has too many moral overtones
when all we're discussing here is a piece of computer equipment somewhere.
They make it sound as though they're some sort of angels for deigning to
provide such a service to us lowly network consultants-- nothing like
lording it over inferiors.

"Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]" <russ@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:E5D15E5E-370A-4B7C-9488-EF5B51D08061@newsgroup

> unfortunately with Dyndns.org
> most routers update too quickly now for them
> and you get a "you are updating too often"
> and if you do not use their software, they suspend your account for abuse
> :(
>
> Dlink has their own free service also with it built into their routers.
>
> Russ
>
> --
> Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]
> MCP, MCPS, MCNPS, SBSC
> Small Business Server/Computer Support - www.SBITS.Biz
> Question or Second Opinion - www.PersonalITConsultant.com
> BPOS - Microsoft Online Services - www.Microsoft-Online-Services.com
> http://www.twitter.com/SBITSdotBiz
>
> "Andrew M. Saucci, Jr." <spam-only@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:eN54kW51KHA.4560@newsgroup

>> Better still, don't ever use software updaters-- they are
>> terrible. I always use an updater built into a hardware router or
>> firewall.
>>
>> "Cliff Galiher - MVP" <cgaliher@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> news:D960379B-CDEA-4163-BA1B-23D235149D6E@newsgroup

>>> It sounds like you already know the answer. Your DynDNS updater is
>>> making changes for you. You'll have to review that documentation and
>>> may have to contact them to resolve the issue.
>>>
>>> With that said, a virtualization host OS should *just* be a host OS.
>>> The DynDNS updater should not be installed on the host OS at all.
>>> Install it on one of the child OS's if you must, but not the host.
>>>
>>> -Cliff
>>>
>>>
>>> "James" <jj@newsgroup> wrote in message
>>> news:uHfS7811KHA.4724@newsgroup
>>>> 216.146.35.35
>>>> 216.146.35.36
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> 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
>>>> 216.146.35.35 and
>>>> 216.146.35.36 ?! 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 216.146.35.35 and 216.146.35.36.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> 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!
>>>>
>>>> Regards
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>
>>
 

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