lehmanp00 Absent Member.
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DNS change causing problems

We just moved DNS from BIND to 2008 R2 Server.

What we are seeing is that the printer agents say they are unable to ping the printers, but the clients can still print.

Initially, we were unable to print. We had put CNAME records in DNS for our ipp servers. But those did not seem to work. What we had to do was put A records (host) for each name that our Ipp servers use.
Example:
ipp11
ippmanager11

are both 'A' records. Using a CNAME for one did not work.

Any ideas? Help??

Patrick
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Re: DNS change causing problems

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