How do I add a secondary DNS server?
First, open up DNS Manager in AS-DNS001 (the server where we will create a secondary zone) by going to Server Manager and select Tools > DNS.
In the DNS Manager, expand the server name.
You’ll see a few items with icon similar to a folder, including Forward Lookup Zones and Reverse Lookup Zones.
Do I need a secondary DNS server?
A DNS server can be primary for one zone (domain) and secondary for another. The DNS specifications (RFCs) require that each domain name is served by at least 2 DNS server for redundancy. Only one DNS server should be configured as primary for a zone, but you can have any number of secondary servers for redundancy.
How does a secondary DNS server work?
The secondary server is created at a second DNS provider to provide redundancy in the DNS network. The secondary (slave) DNS server is an authoritative server that obtains information about a zone from the primary server via zone transfer. (RFC 2182) The secondary DNS server is slaved to the primary server.
What is a secondary zone in DNS?
Secondary Zones are a DNS feature that allows the entire DNS database from a Master DNS server to be transferred to the Secondary. A Secondary Zones allows an organization to provide fault tolerance and load balancing to internal names.
How do I setup a primary and secondary DNS?
Log in with your password, and then choose “Manual Internet Connection Setup.” Fill in the DNS server fields with the primary and secondary DNS addresses. Open the Google Wifi app, go to the settings tab, then pick “networking & general.” Tap on advanced network, and then DNS.
Where can I find my secondary DNS?
To see your DNS servers, run ipconfig /all and scroll up to find the “DNS Servers” line. The first IP address is your primary server and the second is your secondary. DNS servers show up only when you include the /all option.