Your DNS suffix search list should normally match the namespace rules in your NRPT. This is especially important in split-brained DNS scenarios, in which both an organization’s internal private network and its publicly accessible resources use the same DNS domain name (such as contoso.com). To help DirectAccess clients resolve internal names correctly from the Internet, you can enter the full name of internal resources in the Name Suffix list (shown in Figure 6-16) and then specify for these resources a DNS server address corresponding to the IPv6 address of the internal DNS server. Likewise, you can enter the full name of external resources in the Name Suffix list and then leave the DN...
- Chapter 6. Configure network services and access
- from Exam Ref 70-417: Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012 R2
- Publisher: Microsoft Press
- Released: April 2014
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