Cheers, Tim Note: Script has been updated to force DNS server to re-read the modified configuration.#!
/bin/ash Your Network Name=Forward Master File=Reverse Master File=1.168.192.in-addr.arpa# Note that backup path is also used as a temp folder.
However, the DNS servers do not seem to be able to resolve the address.
Probing the DNS servers via dig returns no records for the hostname.
I'm playing at being system administrator because I'm the most skilled in I. My problem is that computers are occasionally losing their trust relationship with the DC and I can't work out why.
One thing I have found is that the DNS on the server isn't being updated by the clients - my suspicion is this is why the trust relationship is being lost. When I look at the server DNS I can see my list of client machines, but often they will be listed with the wrong IP address.
Apr 29 Server64 named: client .1#49760: updating zone 'daviesandjones.lan/IN': update unsuccessful: Server64.daviesandjones.lan: 'name not in use' prerequisite not satisfied (YXDOMAIN) Apr 29 Server64 named: client .1#46268: updating zone 'daviesandjones.lan/IN': update unsuccessful: Server64.daviesandjones.lan/TXT: 'RRset exists (value dependent)' prerequisite not satisfied (NXRRSET) Apr 29 Server64 dhcpd: Forward map from Server64.
Any way have now been successful after following these guides: https://help.ubuntu.com/8.04/serverg...-configuration which probably give a more secure result as the rdnc key is not exposed?
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I have an Ubuntu 14.04 server which is getting addresses via DHCP. In the Windows DHCP server, I have converted the lease to a reservation.
In the DHCP server interface, I can see that the hostname of the client is properly being displayed, so I know the client is properly sending the hostname back.