Can dns server assume domain name from client query with no fqdn
dbrett7 at yahoo.com
Thu May 22 01:18:20 UTC 2008
If the users are getting there IP address from a DHCP server it would not take much to added it, to the DHCP server to assign.
----- Original Message ----
From: Francisco Javier <fmorales_htw at hotmail.com>
To: bind-users at isc.org
Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 4:53:13 PM
Subject: Can dns server assume domain name from client query with no fqdn
I have a lot of clients which currently have not domain suffix set. They just have a hostname.
They are also not in active directory.
fix all this eventually, but for now i need them to resolve a hostname
using dns. The dns server is not resolving the query, presumeably
because it's just getting a hostname with no domain (a NO FQDN)
I want to know if cound the dns server (bind) assume a domain name suffix by default when receiving a query with no domain specified, ans so
convert a NO FQDN to a FQDN
server is authoritive for this domain, and it's the only domain it
Thanks a lot
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