DDNS - limitation and excluding updates from certain networks
muks at isc.org
Wed Dec 20 13:04:09 UTC 2017
On Wed, Dec 20, 2017 at 12:39:33PM +0000, MAYER Hans wrote:
> Dear All,
> My environment: We are using the latest version of BIND and DHCP from ISC. Our workstations ( mostly Windows and some Mac ) are in certain networks. Only these networks are allowed to do dynamic DNS updates. So when a PC is switched on its IPv4, IPv4 reverse, IPv6 and reverse is registered.
> So far everything works well.
> Is there a way to configure, that names which are registered in other networks, are not allowed to be updated ?
You'll have to explain what you mean better for a more specific answer,
but see the manual for the "allow-update" ACL config option
(per-zone). You can set access control on who can update the zone by
configuring this option (preferably using TSIG key, but also network
ACL). Adjust your zones, ACLs and services appropriately.
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