Ptr not updating records in dns

# All addresses are from 192.168.4.0/24 # If DHCP doesn't have an entry for a computer, it gets put in this zone. # zone "guest.adherent.lan" ; zone "4.168.192.in-addr.arpa" ; $ttl 3h @ IN SOA ATI-DHCP. ( 2012061801 ; serial 3h ; Refresh 1h ; Retry 1w ; Expire 1h ; Minimum ) @ IN NS ATI-DHCP. what i basically want to put you in perspective, is to have all the pc's in my home network (desktops and laptops) regardless of any other settings, to send their computer name (hstname basically) to the dhcpd (during the handshake)...

Also, nowhere in my configuration files do I have Adherent with a capital A, but the capitalized version shows up in the mangled file. # ATI shared network: Internal (192.168.1.xyz) and visitor (192.168.4.xyz) nets shared-network ATIshared # Adherent insecure network-NO internet access (192.168.2.xyz) subnet 192.168.2.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 include "/etc/dhcp3/hosts.dhcp3"; include "/etc/bind/zones.rfc1918"; include "/etc/bind/ddns.key"; ########################################################### # Adherent main zone. The ability to write dynamic dns records to bind is a feature of dhcpd.I found your initial response to nass to be a bit arrogant and condescending.Well it's hardly relevant to a title of "dhcpd not updating DNS correctly" when you have to enable this, change that, edit the other, cross your fingers, generate keys and what ever else. Obviously it's not impossible otherwise Dyn DNS et al would be out of business. Did you even read nass's first post or did you just read the title?Just admit you were wrong and you didn't know what you were talking about.

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