Commit 6b3d9544 authored by Ted Lemon's avatar Ted Lemon
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Fix notation about DDNS updates.

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DYNAMIC DNS UPDATES
An interim implementation of dynamic DNS updates is included in this
release. This implementation is not currently supported, and is not
built by default. To use this implementation, you must have
installed the latest version of bind 8.2 (see http://www.isc.org for
more information about BIND). The configuration utility assumes that
the BIND 8.2 distribution libraries and includes are under the
/usr/local/bind directory, so if you have installed them elsewhere,
you should set the BINDLIB and BINDINC variables in site.conf to
override the values that will be set by the configure script from
Makefile.conf.
release. This implementation is not built by default. To use this
implementation, you must have installed the latest version of bind 8.2
(see http://www.isc.org for more information about BIND). The
configuration utility assumes that the BIND 8.2 distribution libraries
and includes are under the /usr/local/bind directory, so if you have
installed them elsewhere, you should set the BINDLIB and BINDINC
variables in site.conf to override the values that will be set by the
configure script from Makefile.conf.
Assuming that you have BIND 8.2 installed, you can build dynamic DNS
update support using:
./configure --with-nsupdate
Note that there's no documentation for the dynamic DNS support yet,
and not many people are using it, so you should expect it to be
difficult to set up. We will do our best to help you on the mailing
list, and more documentation will be forthcoming later.
Also, please note that this implementation is not the final DNS update
code, and the final code will probably be substantially different.
There is documentation for the DDNS support in the dhcpd.conf manual
page - see the beginning of this document for information on finding
manual pages.
BUILDING IT
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