IIS 5 & IIS 6
IIS/DNS local intranet allowing all computers in subnet?????
Last post Jul 01, 2008 11:52 PM by qbernard
Jun 29, 2008 12:38 PM|Maramor|LINK
OK, I am getting myself all confused with this one. Time to ask for help!
What I have:
Windows 2003 Enterprise Server PCNAME:NeoDragon (192.168.1.253 Phoenix.com domain,DNS,IIS,AD,SQL2005 Enterprise) internal not external
Windows 2000 Server PCNAME: NeoPhoenix (192.168.1.252 Gryphon.com domain,AD) internal not external
Cable Modem (Gateway 192.168.1.2)
Gryphon.com is subject to termination by fireing squad.... :) but in the meantime I would like it to work.
I setup a basic site called Intranet in IIS on Phoenix.com
within Phoenix.com I can access the site as Intranet, neodragon and phoenix.com
on my Gryphon.com domain I can only access the site as neodragon? I need intranet to be available? HOW? ummm and for some reason or another phoenix.com does not work.
on computers outside of domains I can only access the site as neodragon and phoenix.com
I would also like to disable neodragon and phoenix.com at all location if possible. Basically I want all locaitons within 192.168.1.0 to be able to get to
http://intranet and not
http://neodragon and not http://Phoenix.com.
once that solved, if I add another subnet how would I add them.
Please help explain what is needed. I am sure this will be good for everyone :).
Jun 30, 2008 06:19 AM|steve schofield|LINK
This is a pure DNS resolution issue. You need all machines to either A) point to the same set of DNS servers. B) Have the same A records in both domains. The domain name themselves are used by AD (active directory). AD has a A record listed for group
policy and such.
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Jun 30, 2008 10:08 PM|Maramor|LINK
This explains computers on the domain..... What about those not on the domain?
Silly thing is I had gryphon.com and phoenix.com domains working and then deleted the setting not relizing I was on a computer not logged into the domain.... :) So you helped me relize that issue.... :) thanks.....
My question still exists what about non-domain computers? Site is set for anonymouns, I think.
Jun 30, 2008 10:52 PM|steve schofield|LINK
I'm assuming these machines are internal as well. If they are on the internet it's a different story. Assuming the internal boxes, they need to resolve the domains using the same DNS servers the 'domain machines' use. Otherwise use a hosts file. From
a non-domain machine, try typing the ip address of one or both and see if the site comes up.
Jul 01, 2008 11:25 PM|Maramor|LINK
All machines are internal. How can I get them to resolve the DNS?
I get page can not be found. Would a machine logged locally act as a non-domain computer?
Host file is easy, I was looking for a more dynamic solution that is anyone plugged in a computer to my network would see the intranet or defined site. I would think that all the computers are internal and should all connect to DHCP and DNS so it should
DHCP is handed out by router and DNS by server but since they are non-domain I dont' see how DNS can work for them.
Jul 01, 2008 11:52 PM|qbernard|LINK
Well, in the dhcp, will it assign ip. does it provide your local dns ip as well? if not then set the dns manually on each box.