We have a DC (plus DNS) server in our datacenter. This server has two IP's, one for teamed NIC (which is the main production IP), the second IP is for backup network (which enables the storage/backup for teh server data). The production IP is X.Y.3.Z and the backup NIC IP is X.Y.200.Z.... Now the problem is whenever there is a DNS replication OR AD replication among main server and all additional servers, they all resolves to X.Y.200.Z IP for the main server. Ideally it should resolve to X.Y.3.Z... As the backup-network X.Y.200.0/24 is non-routable into WAN, the replication also gives problems as the server some hostname was pointing to an IP which not reachable/routed from additional domain controllers. I'm not sure how successful I am in explaining you guys abt this problem. Is there something which forces a DNS server to take the highest possible IP on any NIC of the server?
Thanks and regards,