The DNS server is bound to a large number of IP addresses. Each of these server IP addresses consumes additional system resources and can add a slight increase in performance overhead for DNS query reception. In most cases, you can remove secondary IP addresses that are not required to support server networking hardware. For more information, see "Configuring multihomed servers" in the online Help.
To verify and reset the IP addresses on which the DNS server should listen:
- In DNS Manager, right-click the DNS server in the server list.
- Click Properties.
- On the Interface tab, use Add and Remove to edit the list of IP addresses. Use Move Up and Move Down to prioritize the list of IP addresses.
- When you are finished, click OK.