ddns updates when using failover?
johnmill at brandeis.edu
Wed Jan 15 19:11:30 UTC 2014
<Light bulb goes off...> Yes, 102.100 is a host declaration--I'd set a
specific address to force an IP change. Makes sense that both servers
would offer out the static lease--they both know about it.
Thanks for the insight, Steve.
On 01/15/2014 11:51 AM, Steven Carr wrote:
> On 14 January 2014 22:04, John Miller <johnmill at brandeis.edu> wrote:
>> Thanks, Nicolas. Glad to hear multiple updates isn't default behavior.
>> Here's the pertinent logs, as well as the DDNS-specific pieces of our DHCP
>> config. Any help would be welcome!
> Is 220.127.116.11 part of a pool or is it a host declaration for
> a6:b2:b0:77:ed:ff? If it's a host declaration then both DHCP servers
> will attempt to update DNS as both DHCP servers will offer out the
> static lease to the client.
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