DHCP 4.2.0 DDNS and OMAPI Bugs (RHEL5.5 x86_64)
jwest at brandeis.edu
Thu Sep 2 13:45:04 UTC 2010
On 09/02/10 04:07, Tom Schmitt wrote:
>> Datum: Wed, 1 Sep 2010 13:52:00 -0700
>> Von: "David W. Hankins"<dhankins at isc.org>
>>> dhcpd: Unable to add forward map from myhost.mydomain.com to 184.108.40.206:
>>> not found
>> Not found, interesting.
>> I would guess it's having problems finding the zone or TSIG definition
>> for 'mydomain.com'.
>> Unfortunately all we have at this point in logging is an ISC result code
>> binary number ("ISC_R_NOTFOUND"). What returned it is a mystery.
>> You could try setting 'DEBUG_DNS_UPDATES' but my intuition is it's
>> not getting that far.
> I got the same error in my logfile with dhcpd 4.2.0. In my case it was a simple typo in the config: I defined a key called "mykey", but in the zone-statement I configured the key "MYKEY".
> After correcting this, the error was gone.
> "dhcpd -t -cf dhcpd.conf" doesn't help here: It reported my config as correct even with the use of an undefined key. In my opinion that should be reported as an error.
Hmm interesting. In my case however, I'm not using any TSIG, and I do
have the 'ddns-domainname' defined. Is this a situation where I need
ddns-domainname to end in a '.' ? Or must I use TSIG for DDNS updates
dhcpd -t -cf dhcpd.conf also shows things are OK here with my config.
Tom -- are you running on RHEL5?
Senior Systems Engineer
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