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  • DNS Aging/Scavenging

    HI everybody

    what if I turned on Aging/Scavenging No-refresh Interval 7 days
    Refresh Interval 7 days

    And my DHCP dhcp lease time 4 days

    ITS mean the DHCP client can't connect to DNS server to update A record , because we have No-refresh Interval 7 ? is it right ???


  • #2
    Re: DNS Aging/Scavenging

    nope... not correct... What OS's do you have?
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    • #3
      Re: DNS Aging/Scavenging

      The no-refresh interval refers to the period of time that a record's time stamp cannot be updated. When record data needs to be modified (such as an IP address change), it is considered an update which ignores the no-refresh interval.

      As Dumber alluded to, your OS matters for the interaction between DHCP and DNS. You might have a read through this article: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...8WS.10%29.aspx

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