DDNS updates for zone having multiple primary servers

Simon Hobson dhcp1 at thehobsons.co.uk
Fri Apr 2 18:34:34 UTC 2021

kraishak <kraishak.edu at gmail.com> wrote:

> Regarding this, I am sorry I didn't complete my question, Actually my doubt
> was can we configure like below
> subnet netmask {
>        pool {
>                range;
>        }
>               ddns-domainname "example.com";
>                option domain-name "test.com";
>                option routers;
>                option subnet-mask;
>        }
>        zone example.com.
>        {
>            primary;
>            secondary,;
>        }
> i.e  option domain-name is different and ddns-domainname is totally
> different not like domain and sub-domain concept

Yes, that is valid as far as DHCP is concerned.
It would just be an odd setup since the client would believe that it was somehost at test.com while the DNS would be updated with somedomain.example.com.


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