With respect to the Windows DNS server, explain Primary, Secondary and Stub Zones.

Sharad Jaiswal
Sharad Jaiswal

Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

The Windows DNS server represents an area name framework, which is utilized as a kind of perspective table to coordinate the space names to various IP addresses. Listed below are the three important categories of zones characteristically used in Windows DNS server:

  • Primary Zone: Within the primary zone, the record is spared as a text file with the typical extension being .DNS
  • Secondary Zone: This is a reinforcement for the essential server that goes about as load adjusting and furthermore gives adaptation to non-critical failure. This is generally perused just record which is set in another DNS server
  • Stub Zone: This comprises of the name server and SOA records that helps in lessening the DNS seek orders

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