This behavior can occur if there is no reverse lookup zone for the IP subnet, or if the reverse lookup zone is not configured to allow dynamic updates.
This means that our dynamic DNS servers (DDNS) will accept updates directly from individual IP addresses from the networks used within our clouds.
It is very important to note that this feature allows a server with a given IP address to update only it’s own PTR record and also that the updates must be sent over TCP.
Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000(More info? )Server 2000 SP4 Domain Controller (bigorange.local)Active Directory integrated DNS (forward and reverse)Test Environment, not connected to the Internet Server 2003, NT 4.0 and XP Pro Clients (1 each)dcpromo created my dns and I deleted the root zone.
I created my reverse zone and added a forward zone bigorange.local - when I add computers to my domain, DNS is not updated with their IP address and hostname.
Second, you have to request reverse delegation of your zone.
The second part is done by creating a domain object in the RIPE Database.
I do not understand what I need to check, as I have never had this problem.
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.
If the client has moved to a new IP subnet, the the A record is registered using the old IP address.