Getting DHCP to 'update' DNS records locally
freebsd-questions at slightlystrange.org
Thu Nov 29 19:55:21 PST 2007
On Thu, Nov 29, 2007 at 03:09:00PM -0800, Clint Olsen wrote:
> Apologies if this isn't the correct forum. I'd like to configure DNS on my
> home network but make it work simultaneously with DHCP. So, when hosts are
> plugged into the network and issued an IP, DNS is updated to reflect the
> hostnames. That way I can refer to all my machines by name in all
> databases and I can avoid hardcoding IP addresses. I know Windows allows
> name-based recognition even in the instance you're using DHCP, but I'd like
> it to work more generally with any type of machine on the network.
> The problem is, when I search for terms related to this, I get hits for
> DynDNS and all that stuff which is /not/ what I want. I'm not trying to
> update a remote DNS record. This is just a local thing.
> If there's a lightweight DNS server that comes with a DHCP daemon, that
> would be fine too. I just need to know where to start.
dns/dnsmasq does exactly what you want.
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