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cisco works 2000 dns problem

hello friends

i installed cisco works 2000 with campus manager 3.1

on win nt server 4.0 with service pack 6

but i am using wins in my setup and no dns server

during installation it asked for dns but installation wet on without dns entry

but now after full installation

i have problems in device serach and other taska

is ther any way around

or i will havbe to install dns server

pls help me out

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Re: cisco works 2000 dns problem

CW2000 requires name resolution to work properly. The issues you are seeing could be caused by failing name resolution. On Windows NT, a working DNS server in the network is strongly recommended. As an alternative you could use the Windows host file. WINS is not a supported name resolution schema.

The following must work properly:

nslookup [IP] (where [IP] is the IP address of the server)

nslookup [HOSTNAME] (where [HOSTNAME] is the name of the server)

nslookup [FQDM] (where [FQDN] is the fully qualified domain name

of the server.)

Also, all 3 must resolve to the same information!

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Re: cisco works 2000 dns problem

We use windows host file and name resolution on Cw2k not work properly.

Ping using name or IP --> ok.

Nslookup using name or IP --> fail.

¿why?

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