Dns server reverse lookup zone not updating
Hi Community, before we start with DHCP let us complette the DNS config by creating a Reverse Lookup Zone on our current DNS server. The first thing we have to do is to open the “Server Manager” and than click “DNS” under “Tools”. In the DNS MMC we click right on “Revers Loopup Zone” and select “New Zone…”.
To learn more about DNS, feel free to visite Wiki page 5. To prevent us from to much network traffic because of DNS replication, we do not replicate the zone over the complette forest, we replicate only in this domain. After this you have to select the IP Version that will be handled by this zone. “Allow both nonsecure and secure dynamic updates” could be a entrace for Haks (DNS spoofing). Now you get a short summary and you can create the zone by clicking “Finish”. If all works fine you should see the new zone in you DNS MMC.
Second, you have to request reverse delegation of your zone.
The second part is done by creating a domain object in the RIPE Database.
Folks, I have a Juniper EX4200 DHCP server with Microsoft DNS server 2008, my problem is that since I installed the juniper DHCP server the reverse lookup zone on the microsoft DNS server stopped getting updated.
I scoured the internet for a solution and found none, but it was mentioned somewhere that I should enable "option 81" on my EX4200 DHCP server. and does anyone know how to configure "option 81" and what is needed to be configured on the Microsoft DNS server side ?
This feature alone can save an administrator a lot of valuable time.
As you can see by the Properties sheet shown in Figure A, you have a number of options to consider when configuring DHCP for dynamic updates.
In our case we select “Primary zone” and we want to store the information in Active Directory. Now you have to set Dynamic Update for DNS entry’s.As we noticed that only Windows 7 workstations with a static IP were being registered we started troubleshooting.As an AD guy I was 100% confident we could get this done using GPO’s.For those companies considering an upgrade to Microsoft Windows Server 2008, it is very important to understand how DHCP and DNS work together to power Windows Server 2008.In this post, you will learn how to configure DHCP to dynamically collaborate with DNS and WINS in Windows Server 2008.