move a netware 6.0 dns and dhcp server to a netware 6.5 dns and dhcp server
would appreciate if someone can step me through how to achieve above. I
have checked all Novell tid and discussion forum and could not find steps
referring to moving both dns and dhcp servers from a netware 6.0 sp4 server
and to netware 6.5 sp4 server.
In article <a4k8g.4419$U_.firstname.lastname@example.org>, Wai Meng CHU
> could not find steps
> referring to moving both dns and dhcp servers from a netware 6.0 sp4 server
> and to netware 6.5 sp4 server.
That's because it's the same as long as you're moving from NW 5.0 ...DNS? What DNS?
This has never happened before and in light light of this morning's news
about the DDOS I was wondering if it is just my machine or if something
else is going on.
A firewall on one of my machines blocked IE from getting to the net. I
wanted to trace where it was planning to go to (126.96.36.199)to figure
out if this was just XP again or something else.
I tried Neo Trace and PC Helps "Net Tracer" but neither can track it.
All I get is "undetermined" or "timed out"
In article <3DB714A2.email@example.com>, omeru...DNS UP
We are running 2 BM (3.8) Proxies and until today they have been
operating reasonably well.
Today we have started getting a lot of 504 errors on workstations using
either both servers, looking at the proxy DNS page (on both servers) the
DNS links are continually going up and down (like our internet)
We have 3 DNS servers entered 2 external and 1 internal. I have tested
from outside the BM Servers $and know the 2 external DNS servers are
working fine (also no one else who use our provider have an issue). The
internal DNS also seems fime.
We have not made any changes to th...How to Put new DNS in DNS/DHCP Server configure atNovell Netware 5 for Small Business
We have a Netware 5 for Small Business. Our ISP provides a new DNS search
order. I made this change in sys:\etc\resolv.cfg file. Do I also need to
make the change to DNS/DHCP Server at the Novell Server? If I do, what is
the procedure to make this change? Are there other place I need to change
You're best ask in the DNS newsgroup -- but why does your ISP provides
a search order if you have your own DNS?
...GlobalNames DNS zone and NetWare DNS servers
We have a mix of NetWare 6.5 and Windows Server 2008 DNS servers. There
is a forwarding zone in Novell that points to the Windows DNS servers
for the DNS zone abc.xyz.local. Most workstations are configured for the
DNS zone named xyz, so when they attempt to resolve a host name, they
append xyz (i.e. webserver.xyz). Novell is primary for the xyz zone, and
the workstations point to Novell, so it resolves properly.
A few workstations are domain-joined, so they append abc.xyz.local (the
AD domain name), turning webserver into webserver.abc.xyz.local. They
also point to NetWare DNS, wh...Netware DNS compatibility with other secondary DNS servers
I have a problem where the primary DNS information for a domain is on
Netware 6 server. The secondary is hosted by an ISP. When I look at
SOA information on the ISP, the serial number is always 0, the refresh
always the number that the matches the serial, the retry is the
number and so forth.
Has anybody seen this? I've done this type of thing a couple times in
the past and have searched here and other places and can't seem to
that anybody else has seen this....anybody have any ideas?
Just wondering, why is an ISP hosting your secon...DNS not forwarding to other dns servers
We had a problem the other day when we lost power on our external DNS
server. Users out on the internet were not able to hit our website and
do any resolutions to our Secure VPN gateway. When we used the URL
address for the website it would not resolve. When we used the VPN
Client it would not resolve the name to an address to access the VPN. If
we used the IP address it would work.
I was under the impression if my dns server went down anyone trying to
resolve address to my domain would get the resolution from their DNS
server since this information was cached in their DNS Server....DNS 1 and DNS 2
So out of curiosity I'm looking at all the connections in my firewall
and ever once and while some hits on DNS 1 and 2 same as listed on my
router web page . Some times it's to a close port others not . Is this
normal activity from my ISP ? Or something I should be worried about ?
CYS Hemi wrote:
> looking at all the connections in my firewall and ever once and while
> some hits on DNS 1 and 2 same as listed on my router web page.
This is too vague to understand your question let alone answer it.
Are you talking about a DSL or cable modem? Are you talking ab...DNS Server Red X in DNS/DHCP Management Console
When I startup named.nlm, I get this:
Starting eDirectory integrated Novell DNS Server...
error: could not listen on UDP socket: address in use
error: creating IPv4 interface Loopback Interface 1 failed; interface
error: could not listen on UDP socket: address in use
error: creating IPv4 interface Loopback Interface 2 failed; interface
Loading the configuration and zone data completed.
DNS Server running
I can't seem to find any info on any of those errors. Also, in the DNS/DHCP
Management Console it shows up as a red X. Other than that, it seems t...Netware DNS server won't zone transfer to Windows DNS
I am currently looking to setup DNS servers to serve 70 domains and am
using a netware server as the primary DNS. I have configured a Windows
2003 server to hold the secondary dns zones but cannot get the windows
server to load the zone. It states the Transfer of data from the zone
If anyone has any ideas it would be much appreciated.
Versions please... NetWare? Service Pack? NAMED.NLM?
NSC Volunteer SysOp
> I am currently looking to setup DNS servers to serve 70 domains and am
> using a netware server as ...0.0.0.0 for DNS server IP address in DNS/DHCP console
In DNS/DHCP management console I have a red X accross the DNS server
object which doesn't go away and it shows 0.0.0.0 in the DNS Server IP
Address field instead of actuall DNS server IP address. How can I edit
it and change it to the correct server IP address?
Any help would be appreciated
It appears that in the past few days you have not received a response to your
posting. That concerns us, and has triggered this automated reply.
Has your problem been resolved? If not...Internal DNS server (New to DNS)
We have an external DNS server (188.8.131.52) that resolves all our
exteral hosts and IP's. Have setup an internal to resolve our internal
Intranet hosts and IP's etc. Our domain name is nash.cc.nc.us or
nashcc.edu. I have installed DNS as well as management console. We need
to have several INTERNAL host names to resolve: 10.1.2.12 -
www.nashcc.edu 10.1.13.3 - bb.nashcc.edu, email.nashcc.edu 10.1.2.15. The
DNS Server name is Ncc_Studdev, IP address 10.1.2.200, I have created a
Primary zone named NASHCC, as well as IN-ADDR.ARPA for each and a CNAME
and PTR record also...DNS statistics show DNS servers are down
Using BM3.6 on Netware 4.11. All patches current, SP9 for NW,
Have 3 DNS server IP addresses in my resolv.cfg, 2 from SBC and 1 from
Cogent Co. 2nd (SBC) is in up state and 1st (SBC) and 3rd (Cognt CO)
Yet a ping to each of the 3 addresses is successful 100 percent of the
Was wondering what might be causing this and how to fix it.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Have you checked if DNS (NAMED) is actually running on the "down"
servers. PING will see if the server is running, but won...dns failover to secondary dns server
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Running 2 x Netware 6.5sp8 servers with DNS/DHCP. When the primary DNS =
server goes down all Windows XP workstations fail-over to the secondary =
DNS server and everything works perfectly. The Windows 2003 servers do =
not fail-over to the secondary DNS server. The "ipconfig /all" shows the =
2 dns servers IP addresses. Both the workstations and ser...