Microsoft dhcp server not updating dns
When a DHCP server leases an address to a client, it can also perform registration of that computer’s address in DNS.
DNS registration ensures that the addresses configured in the DNS zone match the IP addresses leased by the DHCP server.
So, on the linux OS you have to update two files: In /etc/hosts add your hostname.domain followed by just the hostname (and wondering now if you need this specifically for this purpose, but I guess its a good habit anyway?
) This last step for linux, depending on your OS, is what will send the hostname to the DHCP server.
Active Directory/DNS is running on Server 2012 R2 in 2012 R2 forest/domain functional levels.
DNS forward and reverse lookup zones accept secure dynamic updates only.
The scripts above are rather lengthy, so I won't post them here, but the basic steps are: Generate a keytab using ktutil.
This option is useful for organizations that haven’t configured reverse lookup zones where attempts to register PTR records cause errors in the event log.
Configuring DHCP Name Protection DHCP Name Protection allows you to protect the names that DHCP registers in DNS on behalf of DHCP clients from being overwritten by devices running non-Microsoft systems that may have the same name.
Static IP addresses can add a lot of administrative overhead.
Not only can management of static IP addresses become time consuming, but such management also increases the chances of misconfigured parameters.
I'm attempting to replace Windows Server DHCP with ISC DHCP.