Dns server reverse lookup not updating

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If you are working with, well almost anything network intensive these days, like Antivirus or management tools, your Reverse DNS (r DNS) lookups need to be in good shape.If you find that you can not resolve IP’s back to a name on your network check your DNS REVERSE LOOKUP ZONE.

Interesting, not only am I missing the reverse zones (unless I manually create something in a forward zone and create the associated PTR record) but I am also missing my exchange records, even the A record in the forward zone.

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.

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.

If you look at the DNS tree it's populated with the new data. Also odd, if you do a nslookup it shows the right server IP (now only the old 2k3 box) but default server is "unknown".

UPDATE: Seems taking out the second DNS server did the trick, things are populating in my reverse zone, not seeing any residual issues so far.

Well it was, but the odd thing was it was not generating any major errors in the logs. Now it's on to getting my Exchange 2007 installation up to snuff (at SP1 CU5 right now).

Ace Fekay MVP, MCT, MCITP EA, MCTS Windows 2008 & Exchange 2007, MCSE & MCSA 2003/2000, MCSA Messaging 2003 Microsoft Certified Trainer Microsoft MVP - Directory Services This posting is provided AS-IS with no warranties or guarantees and confers no rights.We have mostly Mac OS X lion machines, a majority of which exist in the 10.2.0.0 subnet, while most Windows Machines exist in 10.1.0.0 subnet, but there is some crossover.Under Reverse Lookup Zones - 1.10.in-addr.arpa, a ton of host appear (which is good).That would be great if we are able to narrow down what is going on here. You can remove all private data but I just want to Pretty simple DHCP scope options:003 Router: 10.10.0.1005 Name Servers: 10.10.1.251006 DNS Servers: 10.10.1.251, 10.10.1.254015 DNS Domain Name: com I don't think it's DHCP... Your file may contain the info but I don't know the codes, trying to hunt them down right now.Right now, I'm still leaning towards something in DHCP. That's a good thing because I think we can narrow it down to DHCP addresses not talking to DNS properly. I just joined a new server to the domain and it added the forward zone record but not the reverse zone. Sorry I'm not able to respond as fast as I'd like running around today and right now making dinner for my 9yo. I don't have any errors for the last 3 hours, but these were the last two errors that crept up: Event Type: Error Event Source: DNSEvent Category: None Event ID: 506Date: 4/27/2013Time: PMUser: N/AComputer: SERVER3Description: The DNS server has invalid or corrupted registry parameter Secondary Servers. Event Type: Error Event Source: DNSEvent Category: None Event ID: 506Date: 4/27/2013Time: PMUser: N/AComputer: SERVER3Description: The DNS server has invalid or corrupted registry parameter Notify Servers. Verify that there is nothing hanging around in the registry.I was able to manually create the A record, but still that has me concerned a little. Also if I point so my second DNS box, even though the DNS record table looks updated, it issues out my old IPs. Is this new subnet that you have created accessing the same DNS server?