Windows Server 2003 / DHCP /DNS in a Cisco Networking Environment
Hello All & Greetings.
I am loking for any material from any source that will tell me what happens when you have a Windows Server serving as a DHCP / DNS server in a Cisco Routing / Switching environment, in terms of show command output, issues to look out for, best way to manage / troubleshoot in this environment, etc.
Re: Windows Server 2003 / DHCP /DNS in a Cisco Networking Enviro
Greetings and thanks for the link.
I am still pursuing the link material but have an initial question and that is, if I am working at the console (hyperterminal or telnet), would I be able to find the DHCP / DNS info, even though both DHCP /DNS services are being provided by Windows Server and how-to troubleshoot any problems with DHCP / DNS in such a situation. That's really what I am trying to find info / material / links, etc about. So if you can provide me links for that also, I will appreciate it very much.
Again, thanks for the valuable link you sent my way. Really appreciate it.
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