DNS Issue

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by Dave101, Feb 28, 2014.

  1. Dave101

    Dave101 MDL Junior Member

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    I cannot seem to find any documentation on this issue, which i presume is because im not using the correct terms in Google.

    However here's my issue, I have a DNS Server that i only want it to list the names and IP address of computers connected to my windows VPN.
    it currently lists its address that's behind NAT and therefore useless.

    How can i control what adapters IP address ends up in my DNS server?

    To note:
    its a windows DNS on Windows server 2008r2
    Windows VPn on windows server 2008r2

    Sorry if its a noob qestion i have never obtained official DNS certification.
     
  2. Dave101

    Dave101 MDL Junior Member

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    No one got any ideas
     
  3. trasher255

    trasher255 MDL Member

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  4. Dave101

    Dave101 MDL Junior Member

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    I read that it was helpful but it did not fix my issue.
     
  5. trasher255

    trasher255 MDL Member

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    Could you please more exactly describe what you are trying to achieve and what exactly does not work. Errors or something?
     
  6. Dave101

    Dave101 MDL Junior Member

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    Sure

    I have a DNS server running, and i have it set as the dns server for my VPN, i the R&RA roles hand out IP addresses 10.10.10.20 - 200
    When people connect to the VPN it list both there local IP and there vPN IP, i only want the vpN IP since my network is spread out over several locations with different NAT setups.
    So the DNS will resolve to say 192.168.2.x instead of the IP given to it by the R&RA role.

    I need the DNS to list Only the IP addresses within the vpn so the vPN users can communication.

    Hope you understand my issue and i thank you for your time and help.
     
  7. Dave101

    Dave101 MDL Junior Member

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    thank you for your help, that did somewhat assist me, however that articial talks about only listing the IP addresses of the LAN (the opposite what i want to do) i did read it a few times over and its a little on the complicated side.
    If theirs no other way to control what IPS are put on the DNS i think its alitttle bit out my reach.
    I was hoping there was some settings i had not seen, or extra configuration i could use. as appose to digging into the registry and things.

    Thanks again for your help in this matter.