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    Preventing a DNS address from registering

    How do I get a Server 2003 DNS structure to prevent an IP address from registering. This is because I have a multihomed box whoes IP adresses are all in the smae range. However I just want one adress to point to the box and prevent the others from being listed\seen. Please do not suggest different subnets or using seperate switches etc as these are not an option.

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    Re: Preventing a DNS address from registering

    TCP/IP > Advanced > DNS untick register this connections address in DNS

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    Re: Preventing a DNS address from registering

    Doh! Cheers.

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