kcd at daimlerchrysler.com
Wed Nov 15 04:38:27 UTC 2006
Barry Margolin wrote:
> In article <ejdoru$29r1$1 at sf1.isc.org>,
> Kevin Darcy <kcd at daimlerchrysler.com> wrote:
>> voipfc wrote:
>>> I want to set up Dynamic DNS on a DNS server.
>>> Regardless of which server I use is it mainly the setting of the TTL to
>>> a low figure - 60s that configures that dns name as a dynamic one?
>> "Dynamic DNS" can mean a wide variety of things that people want it to
>> mean. If having a low TTL means, to you, that a given record is Dynamic
>> DNS, then you're perfectly welcome to that opinion.
>> It might be more productive, however, if you describe what your
>> requirements are, and then we can weigh in on whether we think Dynamic
>> DNS, as _we_ define it, meets those requirements or not.
> >From the way he phrases the question, it seems pretty obvious to me that
> he means something like what dyndns.org does.
Hmmm... How do you get that from "I want to set up Dynamic DNS on a DNS
server"? He could just as easily mean that he wants his DHCP server to
dynamically update his DNS server...
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