ddns and subdomains
chris.p.buxton at gmail.com
Sun Jan 30 20:33:33 UTC 2011
There's nothing wrong with doing that. You would create delegation NS records in the example.com zone:
dhcp6 NS some.name.server.
dhcp6 NS other.name.server.
You can of course use the same set of name servers as are authoritative for example.com.
On Jan 30, 2011, at 9:21 AM, Rick Dicaire wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I have ddns setup in a testing env, its working.
> ddns-domainname is dhcp6.example.com. Clients get assigned
> My question is, is it "correct" to create a separate subdomain zone
> specifically for dhcp6.example.com so example.com zone itself doesn't
> have to be updated, and if so, how would example.com zone have to be
> configured to point to zone dhcp6.example.com?
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