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Old 13th May 2008
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Default BIND as secondary for Windows DNS?

I'd like to setup a DNS server in my remote offices as a slave to my Windows 2003 AD DNS server. I have BIND setup as a slave and on the Windows 2003 name server I have it setup to send zone transfers to my FreeBSD name server. I'm using the FreeBSD name server as the DNS on my Windows Vista PC and I'm able to get to sites on the Internet, ping the local servers (all listed in the domain zone file), but I can't get tracert to find any of the other devices on my network. I also noticed that the SOA serial number is not incrementing on my zone file. How can I force a zone transfer and what log file do I need to monitor to see what's going on?
Go easy on me. I'm new to this OS!
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