Reverse lookup zone is mostly created and configured if the network is very large, and/or for testing purposes.When the reverse lookup zone is created, you can also create the corresponding PTR records for the host records that are present in the forward lookup zone, which would help you to test the communication with the target host computers.

So here we go with the step by step instruction on how to configure secondary DNS server.

Once we complete new secondary zone creation wizard within a few minutes entire zone should be transferred from Primary DNS Server to secondary DNS server.

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Note: When the reverse lookup zone is created and configured, the NSLOOKUP command does not function properly, and also it sometimes displays incorrect results.

In order to use the NSLOOKUP command, and to rely on its results, you must remove the reverse lookup zone.

Finally click “Finish” Now a root zone has been created so this server will return a NXDOMAIN (non existing domain) answer whenever a recursive query is made.

This is similar to the steps followed previously, right-click the “ Leave “dynamic updates” to its defaults and finish the wizard.

To prevent this we need to create a forward lookup zone with the name “.” you read that right it is just a single dot.