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Old 04-19-2012, 02:03 AM   #1
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how to allow dynamic update in bind9

Dear ALl,

i configured bind .but i want to allow dynamic update just like we do it in window dns server.and clients A record and PTR record are added automatically to there forward zone and reverse zone.

Thank you.
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You're saying you let people randomly add machines to your network,
they get a DHCP lease, and what they choose as the host name makes it
into your DNS?

Good grief!

With a system like that, what's the point of DNS?


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