1. A DNS server that re-directs queries to other DNS servers and sends the responses back to the DNS client. 2. In Windows XP, a kernel mode service that checks packets for filters before routing them through the appropriate interface.
a DNS server designated by other internal DNS servers to be used to forward queries for resolving external or offsite DNS domain names
a DNS server that forwards external queries to appropriate DNS servers
a DNS server that is designated by an internal server to be used for resolving external DNS names
a DNS Server that performs iterative queries on the behalf of another DNS Server
a DNS server that resolves names for another DNS server
a DNS server to which DNS queries are forwarded, not a DNS server that does the forwarding
a Domain Name System (DNS) server on a network used to forward DNS queries for external DNS names to DNS servers outside of that network
a name server that handles name queries that can't be resolved by another name server
a recursive/caching name server used by downstream systems that have no root
a reference to an outside DNS server that the firewall will defer to for all name resolution
DNS server designated to handle all offsite queries. Using forwarders relieves other DNS servers from having to send packets offsite.
A forwarder is used for name servers that may not necessarily be directly-connected to the Internet. This may be due to being behind a firewall, or inside of a corporate network. Forwarders will instead only query a specified additional name server for its DNS information.
A DNS server designated to handle all off-site queries. Using forwarders relieves other DNS servers from having to send packets off-site.
A DNS server that forwards queries to other DNS servers, if the requested information is not found on the local server.