IP Address to DNS Automation

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I need to remove the ISP's DNS addresses clients and domain controller, I have multi IP addresses that run automatically added into DNS Simultaneously. If I remove it, will NAT be available to perform were NIC is disabled? In this case, is DHCP still under DC?

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IP Address to DNS Automation

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Hi Miley

If have lot of PCs that you want to be in a network, then you would rather use Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP) service for it will save you time that will be required to configure static IP addresses on each and every machine. About the Network Interface Card, according to my knowledge it has to be functional (not disabled) whether in static IP addressing or DHCP for the packets to be transmitted on the network. The domain controller can be one single IP address for all the computers on the network and this one is assigned when installing the operating system so you will not have the trouble of going round to configure one machine after another (my case scenario here is one institution that I have worked with which uses opensuse linux and the domain controller is assigned only once during the installation procedure)

Hope this helps.

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