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Win 2003 DNS Server Configuration Method



How to Obtain an IP Address To host a Web site that can be accessed from the outside you must obtain a public IP address from your Internet Service Provider (ISP). And assign this IP address to the external interface of the firewall or router connected to the DNS server. How to register the domain name. Register a parent or second-level DNS domain name for your organization through an Internet domain name registry (such a management organization is called a registrar) .  The registration process of each registrar may be different but you can still register a domain name by following the steps below:Search and confirm whether the name to be registered is available.Provide contact information and payment information (including email address) for the account.Type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the primary and secondary DNS servers.  Note: These are the public IP addresses provided by the ISP.Pay the annual fee or make preparations to pay the annual fee.  How to configure the Web serverInstall and configure Microsoft Internet Information Service (IIS) (if not already installed).  How to create a DNS entry for the Web serverPlease create an alias or CNAME record for the DNS server configured with IIS. This will ensure that external hosts can use the '' host name to connect to your Web server. The creation method is: open the DNS management unit. To do this: click Start point to Administrative Tools and then click DNS.  Under DNS expand \u0026ldquo;host name\u0026rdquo; (host name is the host name of the DNS server).  Expand the forward search area.Under the forward search area right-click the desired area (for example domain and then click New Alias ??(CNAME).In the \u0026ldquo;alias\u0026rdquo; box type .  In the 'Fully qualified name of target host' box type the fully qualified host name of the DNS server where IIS is installed. For example type and click OK.?Win 2003 Acceleration****-Computer Knowledge Network

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