DDNS Updates fail When More Than 15 Authoritative Servers (NS records) are listed in a Dynamically Updated Zone

2010-09-20 Thread Christopher Cain
[I apologize in advance if this is a double post. I'm not sure if my original went through] I was implementing ISC Bind 9.5 at a client site last month and had a single zone that accepted DDNS updates only from the ISC DHCP service. The environment consisted of a Master BIND server and almost

Re: DDNS Updates fail When More Than 15 Authoritative Servers (NS records) are listed in a Dynamically Updated Zone

2010-09-20 Thread Chris Buxton
It probably has something to do with the packet size. You can't easily fit 25 NS records into a 512 byte UDP packet. You really don't want to have more than 8 published NS records for most purposes. Chris Buxton BlueCat Networks On Sep 20, 2010, at 2:30 PM, Christopher Cain wrote: [I