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Re: [SLUG] DHCP -> DDNS not updating
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] DHCP -> DDNS not updating
- From: Ben Donohue <donohueb@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2011 13:11:55 +1100
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I'd check that you are port forwarding or "virtual server" from the
modem port 53 tcp and udp to the internal dns server
reboot everything starting from the modem and working your way inwards
try to simplify the problem. Run up a new box if you can and stick it
temporarily on the inside of the modem and see if it is getting dns
correctly... go to websites etc.... if working then place it on the
other side of the svr1 and test from there...
On 15/02/2011 11:59 AM, Kyle wrote:
I have an issue that is becoming more annoying the more I try to track
Can I ask those of you interested to take a look at the following
I realise this might be a little .... brave ... to ask you to go
outside the list, but it is a fairly detailed thread (i.e. lengthy
read) with all the necessary info on the box's config and all the
testing I have done.
mixed clients XP, 7, OSX, Ubuntu 10 to a CentOS 5.5 svr all in an MS
WORKGROUP type setup.
DHCP licences handed out, some reserved.
DNS zones supposedly set up to provide name-based network browsing
within the WORKGROUP domain and for internal clients to find inbound
mail servers for 5 other domains.
But try as I might, I can't seem to get the DNS updated anymore and I
swear it USED TO WORK. The only thing I have since done is update the
packages as they came out.
I am as far as the error: "Unable to add forward map from
client1.domain1.com to 192.168.1.104: not authorized" and that's
where it stops. No amount of googlage has so far shone a torch on the
issue. The disheartening thing is the bloody redmond boxes CAN find
other hosts by name, but not the linux or OSX boxes.
If you have the time and incl. to have a read and point out where the
hell I'm going wrong pls, I'd be grateful.