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    Issue of local DNS server internet access ? Blacklist ?


    Hi dear all,

    network environment :

    - one local AD integrate DNS Server

    - ADSL + static IP

    I have one local AD integrate DNS Server . Currently, i would like to allow user through the local dns sever to access internet without using external dns server. My question is if i add the forwarder like 8.8.8.8 (google) or 202.188.0.133 (tm malaysia) .

    By above configuration, Isn't my static ip will be blacklist ? or the configuration will made any other issue for me.

    any solution /answer for me.

    Thanks

    Cheng Li
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    * solution found


    hi ,

    i just get the answer already. thanks


    "Unlikely to be an issue, but ideally use the DNS servers from your ADSL provider - Ross2814 "

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    Hello Cheng Li,

    For the benefit of others that may read this... Yes, it is acceptable to setup your internal DNS server(s) to forward to a public DNS system such as Google's or your ISPs. That action will not cause your system to be blacklisted.

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