DDNS to a classless in-addr zone

Niall O'Reilly Niall.oReilly at ucd.ie
Wed Jan 16 11:16:48 UTC 2008

On 16 Jan 2008, at 10:07, rhynx rhynx wrote:

> thanks Niall. but aside from changing the DNS zone, would there be  
> any work around?

	I expect any other work-arounds would involve an even greater level of
	either grief or delay.

	You could modify the dhcpd source to allow the syntax you prefer and  
	your own custom version, and commit yourself to _recurring_ local  
	for every new release from ISC which you choose to install.

	You could try to persuade ISC to accommodate your zone-naming  
	perhaps pointing out that the examples in RFC2317 support the use of  
	[ OTOH, a strict reading of RFC1034 might be used to oppose this  
idea. ]

	You (together with a small number of suppliers) control your DNS.   
	changes here may well be the least-cost (effort) and least-delay  

	Best regards,

	Niall O'Reilly
	University College Dublin IT Services

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