Re: Microsoft Dynamic DNS

2009-09-22 Thread Mark Willson
stan wrote: I have a situation at work, where I need a FreeBSD machine to be in the corporate DNS. We have been bought out, and the new owner says no static DNS entries. They use some Microsoft technogly where the client machiens register thier names with the corprate DNS. My Windows laptop

Re: Microsoft Dynamic DNS

2009-09-20 Thread Mehul Ved
On Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 2:38 AM, Gary Gatten ggat...@waddell.com wrote: I'm pretty sure DDNS is an RFC, I'm sure FBSD supports it.  WINS is different altogether. Yes, you are right. I learnt something new here :) So, I believe this is what we are looking at:- send { [option declaration] [,

Re: Microsoft Dynamic DNS

2009-09-20 Thread Mel Flynn
On Saturday 19 September 2009 22:06:03 stan wrote: I have a situation at work, where I need a FreeBSD machine to be in the corporate DNS. We have been bought out, and the new owner says no static DNS entries. They use some Microsoft technogly where the client machiens register thier names

Re: Microsoft Dynamic DNS

2009-09-19 Thread stan
On Sat, Sep 19, 2009 at 04:06:03PM -0400, stan wrote: I have a situation at work, where I need a FreeBSD machine to be in the corporate DNS. We have been bought out, and the new owner says no static DNS entries. They use some Microsoft technogly where the client machiens register thier names

Re: Microsoft Dynamic DNS

2009-09-19 Thread LoH
stan wrote: On Sat, Sep 19, 2009 at 04:06:03PM -0400, stan wrote: I have a situation at work, where I need a FreeBSD machine to be in the corporate DNS. We have been bought out, and the new owner says no static DNS entries. They use some Microsoft technogly where the client machiens

Re: Microsoft Dynamic DNS

2009-09-19 Thread Mehul Ved
On Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 1:36 AM, stan st...@panix.com wrote: My Windows laptop for instance, may get different IP addresses using DHCP depending on what physical location I connect it in. but it's always the same DNS name. Can anyone sugest where to look for information as to how this works,

Re: Microsoft Dynamic DNS

2009-09-19 Thread Gary Gatten
: Re: Microsoft Dynamic DNS On Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 1:36 AM, stan st...@panix.com wrote: My Windows laptop for instance, may get different IP addresses using DHCP depending on what physical location I connect it in. but it's always the same DNS name. Can anyone sugest where to look

Re: Microsoft Dynamic DNS

2009-09-19 Thread Michael Powell
stan wrote: I have a situation at work, where I need a FreeBSD machine to be in the corporate DNS. We have been bought out, and the new owner says no static DNS entries. They use some Microsoft technogly where the client machiens register thier names with the corprate DNS. In a correctly