Windows Server - The domain name has not been registered with InterNIC

Asked By abcki on 05-May-08 11:22 AM
Hi,

We have a single domain with 2 DCs at the Datacentre. No other DC at present.

While running command - "dcdiag" or "netdiag" there are no errors. When i
run "dnslint" command i get the below error. we are using 198.x.x.x range for
our internal users.

C:\Documents and Settings\ABC>dnslint /d domain.com

DNSLint will attempt to verify the DNS entries for:

domain.com

This process may take several minutes to complete...................
No match for domain name found
The domain name has not been registered with InterNIC

Please guide.

Thanks.

abc.




Marcin replied on 05-May-08 01:26 PM
Is your domain name registered? If not, you might want to consider doing
so...
In the meantime, you might want to take advantage of the /s switch...

hth
Marcin
abcki replied on 05-May-08 01:40 PM
Hi,

Thanks for reply.

I did check that later. Actually our domain is not registered.

abc.
Meinolf Weber replied on 07-May-08 08:42 PM
Hello abckid,

Will this domain be connected directly to the internet? Because you are using
an public ip range starting with 198.x.x.x

Best regards

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abcki replied on 06-May-08 12:43 AM
Hi,

The domain is not directly connected to the internet. Its behind the
firewall with required access to the internet.

Thanks

abc.
Meinolf Weber replied on 07-May-08 08:42 PM
Hello abckid,


Dnslint /d domainname will check the internet for the registration of the
domainname you filled in. SO if the name is not registered this output will
be correct, there is no error.

Best regards

Meinolf Weber
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