[Pdns-users] Question about dyndns/rfc2136 with dhcpd
Marco de Booij
marco.maillist at debooy.eu
Fri May 16 18:59:58 UTC 2014
Ouch. I thought that it worked since it was in the documentation. I just
looked at the version and I see that debian is some versions behind :(
Thanks for the reply and I will see what I am going to do.
op 16-05-14 08:27, Peter van Dijk schreef:
> Hello Marco,
> On 15 May 2014, at 21:22 , Marco de Booij <marco.maillist at debooy.eu> wrote:
>> I want my ISC DHCP server to update my PowerDNS. I did not install the bind utils so the dnssec-keygen is not present. I have a server in phase-out that has the utils installed so I generated the keys over there and copied both files to the server and continued the configuration. When I tested it the PowerDNS was not updated.
>> My question is if I need to install the bind utils on the server with PowerDNS to work or is this not needed. I know that I can install them and test it but I do not want to install packages I do not need. If not needed than I will need to search further.
>> pdns-server 3.1-4.1
>> pdns-backend-pgsql 3.1-4.1
>> isc-dhcp-server 4.2.2.dfsg.1-5+deb70u6
> For dyndns/rfc2136 support, you need a very recent PowerDNS (an unreleased version, in fact). You can find today's Debian packages at:
> When you upgrade from your 3.1, please read the four relevant sections from http://doc.powerdns.com/html/upgrades.html; also, please be aware that your Debian 3.1 package has 'include' support, which our packages do not have. We do have a similar feature called include-dir.
> Good luck!
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