What if I need just a particular type of record rather than all records?It’s not usual for me to fiddle with RV and NS records. No problem: simply use the RRType parameter and specify an A. Now that I can read various DNS records, perhaps I’d like to modify a static record.Previous to me there was a general 10.0.0.0/8 reverse zone allowing secure and nonsecure updates but also the appropriate 10.x.x.0/24 reverse zone but not allowing any updates.I'm not seeing failures but will my DHCP DNS renewals fail because of the reverse DNS?Tip: You can mark this post as the 'solution' if so desired using the above link. Email [email protected] Why do you have DHCP updating DNS and not the client?
First, I’m assuming you have permissions to read, modify, and remove DNS records from your Windows servers.And what's the benefit or disadvantage or using a large reverse DNS lookup zone?Thanks in advance -Lisa Sent: Friday, April 29, 2016 AMTo: [email protected] Subject: [Active Dir] Dynamic DNS randomly not updating. DHCP log will show many failures (31), DNS debug log shows very little but many (noerror).After I have the two objects, I’ll then change the IPV4 address on the new object to represent the IP address it has changed to.Unfortunately, it’s not quite as easy as simply setting a string.