Select the zone, to check all the records created in that.We can see SOA and NS records are created automatically.11.As these addresses are fairly private, Google doesn't know about those and never will. You'll have to run your own DNS server in your network. Many people are using this and therefore absolutely not unique.For this reason it is of no interest to have public DNS servers respond to reverse lookup requests for private ones.Let’s create a Host (A) record that would be used to resolve host name to IP.Right click on Zone name and select “New Host (A or AAAA)”.12. As we are creating record for this server and it’s name is DC06.Anyway, for this part of the configuration this setting will be important: Thanks for the detailed response - I was thinking that nslookup will look at /etc/hosts before going to the DNS server for doing the reverse lookup.
I'm a big fan of the Ubiquiti Uni Fi networking gear, I wrote about how I was able to use their gear to provide micro-segmentation of my Io T devices from the rest of my network.On the welcome wizard, click on next to continue.4.In the “Zone type” window, select the type of DNS that you want to use. Option store the zone in Active Directory is greyed out because we don’t have Active Directory installed on this server.In case you were looking to override this with a local configuration like in your private LAN, then you'll have to set up your own DNS server with the appropriate records and have all your local clients using this DNS server.
You may already be running one, but you didn't specify anything of it in your question and if you have, you appear not to be using it.
It is getting really hard to distinguish between legit hosts and potentially others.