Dns server reverse lookup not updating
With a Name Server present in the network any host only needs to know the physical address of a Name Server and the name of the resource it wishes to access.Using this data it can find the address (or any other stored attribute or property) of the resource by interrogating (querying) the Name Server.Since 1998 ICANN, a non-profit organisation, has assumed this responsibility from the US government.The g TLDs are authoritatively administered by ICANN and delegated to a series of accredited registrars.Each layer in the hierarchy may delegate the authoritative control to the next lower level.
If our Name Server is not working our host cannot access any resource on the network. So we had better have more than one Name Server in case of failure.We have been getting Event ID: 1014 Source: DNS Client Events on both of these computers Name resolution for the name timed out after none of the configured DNS servers responded.Any help would be great, if you need more details let me know. To fix this problem the concept of Primary and Secondary Name Servers (many systems allow tertiary or more Name Servers) was born.If the Primary Name Server does not respond a host can use the Secondary (or tertiary etc.).