ddns and subdomains

Chris Buxton 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.

Chris Buxton
BlueCat Networks

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
> host.dhcp6.example.com
> 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?
> Thanks
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