Stub Zone vs. Delegation (70-291)

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  1. a_bleem_user

    a_bleem_user Guest

    I'm studying for my 70-291 exam and need to clarify the advantages of
    a stub zone vs. a delegation. From what I understand a stubzone is a
    kind of superset of a delegation with the extra benefits being
    automatic updates of NS records in the child zone and also not being
    tied to the parent in domain namespace.

    ie) A stub zone in mel.company1.intranet can point to
    syd.company2.intranet directly where as a delegation would have to be
    done on company2.intranet to point to syd.company2.intranet

    Is my understanding of this correct? Can anyone tell me what a
    delegation can do that a stub zone can't?

    Thanks!
     
    a_bleem_user, Apr 23, 2005
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  2. a_bleem_user

    MCSE Guest

    From my understanding, stub zones are only useful between zones in a
    contiguous namespace.
    "a_bleem_user" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I'm studying for my 70-291 exam and need to clarify the advantages of
    > a stub zone vs. a delegation. From what I understand a stubzone is a
    > kind of superset of a delegation with the extra benefits being
    > automatic updates of NS records in the child zone and also not being
    > tied to the parent in domain namespace.
    >
    > ie) A stub zone in mel.company1.intranet can point to
    > syd.company2.intranet directly where as a delegation would have to be
    > done on company2.intranet to point to syd.company2.intranet
    >
    > Is my understanding of this correct? Can anyone tell me what a
    > delegation can do that a stub zone can't?
    >
    > Thanks!
     
    MCSE, Apr 25, 2005
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  3. a_bleem_user

    MCSE Guest

    Excuse me, I meant non-contiguous namespaces.
    "MCSE" <> wrote in message
    news:%...
    > From my understanding, stub zones are only useful between zones in a
    > contiguous namespace.
    > "a_bleem_user" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> I'm studying for my 70-291 exam and need to clarify the advantages of
    >> a stub zone vs. a delegation. From what I understand a stubzone is a
    >> kind of superset of a delegation with the extra benefits being
    >> automatic updates of NS records in the child zone and also not being
    >> tied to the parent in domain namespace.
    >>
    >> ie) A stub zone in mel.company1.intranet can point to
    >> syd.company2.intranet directly where as a delegation would have to be
    >> done on company2.intranet to point to syd.company2.intranet
    >>
    >> Is my understanding of this correct? Can anyone tell me what a
    >> delegation can do that a stub zone can't?
    >>
    >> Thanks!

    >
    >
     
    MCSE, Apr 25, 2005
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