Dns server reverse lookup not updating
This guide will show you how to fix DNS Lookup Failed error in windows XP, 7, 8 and 10 computers easily.
However, to fix the problem, you may have to try several things.
Both are set to allow zone transfers between the two.
However, while my Reverse zone transfers fine, my Forward zones do not transfer at all.
I have a couple of ideas but I want to look cross check a few things so I don't lead you down the wrong path. Make sure it's authorized to update the DNS entries, if it's not your DC that's also doing the DHCP server work.
And if you've enabled secure updates only, then you need to upload the keytab file to the DHCP server if it's a BIND based appliance.
Fix 2: Change DNS Server Addresses If the method given above doesn’t work, then what you have to do is change your computers’ DNS server address; this address is given to your computer automatically.
Am I missing a something that would be stopping this from populating? When I get a change to dig around on my servers today, I will give you an update.
The DNS addresses should be changed to 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11.
Check first method of this post to see how you can change the DNS server address or just check out the video below to see how it’s done.
Alternatively, you can pick a favorable DNS server for the computer from this list of the best free DNS servers out there.
When you have changed the server address, restart the computer.
DNS lookup failure is a common problem in Google Chrome browser if you are using a broadband connection.