G.Eustace at massey.ac.nz
Thu Jun 29 22:53:34 UTC 2006
We are still battling with various DNS/DHCP issues with our MAC labs.
One thing we discovered today was that when we have a client where the
TXT record begins with "00", dhcpd fails to update the DNS with a
timeout. If I manually delete the TXT resource, the next time the client
gets its lease renewed, the new DNS update succeeds and the TXT record
begins with "31".
I don't understand what is happening here, why am I getting two differen
TXT hash keys ?
There's a TXT record in DNS but no A record
it019778.massey.ac.nz. 1800 IN TXT
it019778.massey.ac.nz. 43200 IN TXT
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