Dynamic DNS issue
kcd at daimlerchrysler.com
Wed Jan 5 02:43:24 UTC 2005
Daniel Rudy wrote:
>At about the time of 1/3/2005 4:56 PM, Kevin Darcy stated the following:
>>Daniel Rudy wrote:
>>>This is more of a how-to question than anything else. Basically, I have
>>>two consumer xDSL lines at different locations that I want to be able to
>>>have the computers find each other. The DSL lines are PPPoE with
>>>dynamicly assigned IP addresses. The only thing that is constant is the
>>>hostnames which are registered with a dynamic DNS service and are
>>>available across the internet.
>>>Now my question is how to I setup the servers at each location so that
>>>they update each other's DNS information?
>>I guess I don't quite understand your question. If both boxes register
>>themselves in DNS, and Machine A can resolve the IP address of Machine B
>>by its name, and _vice_versa_, then why do you need to do anything more?
>Because both locations have master DNS servers that administer the same
I'm not sure why you'd do that. What's wrong with making one of them
master, and the other a slave?
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