Windows Clients Dynamic Update
j.morcinek at ntlworld.com
Mon Feb 20 19:55:13 UTC 2006
I'm not sure if this is the right group to post to. However, I hope
some of the subscribers to the list have had dealings with Windows
clients dynamic updates.
Our primary DNS server is receiving dynamic update requests from a bunch
of Windows Server 2000 clients behind a company firewall (which I don't
manage or control). The primary DNS server does not service any of
these clients and is a separate internet only service - it does not use
dynamic updates. The general question - and what I'm confused about -
is WHY these clients are attempting to contact a server that they
shouldn't even know about. Any ideas?
>From the log....
Feb 20 17:36:15 ns named: denied update from [126.96.36.199].8062 for "barnet.gov.uk" IN
Feb 20 17:46:20 ns named: denied update from [188.8.131.52].8079 for "barnet.gov.uk" IN
Feb 20 17:50:44 ns named: denied update from [184.108.40.206].29001 for "barnet.gov.uk" IN
Feb 20 17:51:12 ns named: denied update from [220.127.116.11].3731 for "barnet.gov.uk" IN
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