Saturday, February 28, 2009

Add NS Record

NS record is also called as Name Server record. To Add NS record to a dns, do the following.

1. Assume the dns server for the domain "" is "dnsserver2003".
2. To open dns manager snap-in, run the dnsmgmt.msc command on dns server "dnsserver2003".
3. In console tree, traverse to the dns zone "", right click on zone and select properties.
4. Go to the Name Servers tab in properties dialog and click Add Button.
5. Now enter the FQDN of the name server "" in Name Server text box and click resolve in resource record dialog.
6. Verify the name server is resolved to its ip address "" and click ok.
7. Verify the name server is added to name server dialog, click apply and then click OK.


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