Antwort: DDNS and DHCP updates failing
Mark_Andrews at isc.org
Thu Jan 13 22:17:52 UTC 2005
> Mark Andrews wrote:
> > Why do you think this? Updates should occur when there is
> > a new lease or lease expired. If you have long leases
> > clients can be off overnight and still not generate any
> > UPDATE requests when they reboot as they just renew their
> > lease.
> I would expect more than this because we have a large network, approx 32
> class C's and some private address ranges as well. The machines in the
> Open Access rooms have short leaases, approx 20 mins, as some leases are
> 'stolen' if a student plugs a laptop in.
> Also, a lot of the machines where turned off over Christmas, so the
> leases would have expired, therefore I would have expected a lot of
> updates when these new leases were allocated.
> When it was working, all the files had corresponding .jnl files, now
> only two files have them.
> Is there any way to force a client to release/renew it's lease from the
> server end?
You really want the dhcp lists.
> Gareth Ansell
> UNIX Team
> Computing Services
> Coventry University
> Tel: 024 7688 8641
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