DHCP and DNS

Last Updated on 20 April 2006, Total: 19 Knowledge Base Tips

  1. Using the DHCPLOC Utility

    The DHCPLOC utility can come in handy in a variety of situations. Here are some of those... Read More

  2. Being Paranoid About DHCP Server Availability

    If DHCP is absolutely critical to your network, be paranoid and keep a hot-spare DHCP server available... Read More

  3. Ensuring DHCP Server Availability

    Forget the 80/20 rule for DHCP server availability and use 50/50 instead... Read More

  4. Putting Automatic Private IP Addressing to Work

    Since the release of Windows 98, Microsoft's operating systems have, by default, supported Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA)--but how do you take advantage of it?... Read More

  5. DNS Server: Convert a DNS Server to a Root DNS Server

  6. DNS Server Routes Queries to Root Name Servers in Addition to Forwarder

  7. DNS Server's Root Hints and Forwarder Pages Are Unavailable

  8. DNS and Windows 2000 AD Issues

  9. Delays in Name Resolution Using Microsoft DNS Server Forwarder Option

  10. Windows 2000 and DNS Comparison of Features

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