DNS Resolution Based on Client IP Address with Windows Server

Intro

In this tutorial I will explain how to make sure that the DNS resolution with Windows Server is done according to the IP address of the client.

There are two solutions that we will see in this article.

The first solution to enable network mask sorting is available from Windows 2003 Server. The option is normally enabled by default.

The second solution has been implemented with Windows Server 2016 which is geolocation resolution.


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