Xp clients not updating dns via dhcp

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DHCP does successfully assign IP addresses to my clients. On Debian that would be /var/cache/named or /var/lib/named.

DNS does resolve for fixed IP addresses that have records in the zone files. IN A 192.168.101.99 Here is my /var/named/101.168.192file: $TTL 1D @ IN SOA laser-samba14. Your examples suggest that it is /var/named on RHELCatkin - Thanks for the response. I set the permissions back to the original settings. BTW - Since I have a virtual environment I have been able to create some test machines to try out various solutions.

On this network I need a server to act as a DHCP server, DNS server and Samba server. Your configuration includes: "laser.zone" is a relative path.

I also need the Samba server to be a PDC thus providing file shares and SSO. I am running RHEL Workstation release 6.4 (Santiago), Bind 9.8 (as provided by Red Hat), DHCP 4.1.1 (as provided by Red Hat), and Samba 3.6.9 (also provided by Red Hat). Here are the directory/file permissions: /etc drwxr-x---. At least for testing it you could try changing it to an absolute path in a directory where the user running named has write permission.

It will not go back to the first one unless you restart the machine, restart the DNS Client service, or set a registry entry to cut the query TTL to 0.

The rule is to ONLY use your internal DNS server(s) and configure a forwarder to your ISP’s DNS for efficient Internet resolution.

Otherwise the client doesn’t know what zone name to register in.

You can also have a different Connection Specific Suffix in addition to the Primary DNS Suffix to register into that zone as well. AD/DNS zone MUST be configured to allow dynamic updates, whether Secure or Secure and Non-Secure.

ISC has made a note of the excessive traffic generated by Microsoft DNS servers configured with a single label name in 2004 with Microsoft, which in turn disabled the ability for Microsoft DNS in Windows 2000 SP4 and newer to resolve single label names without a registry band aid.

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