Specifically, it will push forward (A) and reverse (PTR) lookup entries. RFC compliant dynamic DNS (not DDNS based on external updates like a HTTP channel) can be complicated to troubleshoot.While I won't be going over how to setup Bind9 in this article I will follow up with an article for properly getting that setup.
To troubleshoot this process, enable query logging, update logging, xfer in/out logging and notify logging on all DNS Servers that host the zone and verify that the flow of DNS packets described in steps 1-5 can be seen in the logs in the correct order.This article will cover how to setup dns with dynamic updates aswell as configuring your dhcp server to push updates to it aswell. If there's anything this article doesn't cover with respect to what you are looking for, leave a comment and I'll do what I can.I assume you already know how to setup plain old dns aswell as plain old dhcp. Dynamic DNS is the means by which to push new records into your dns server while it is running, without having to edit any zone files. I am the only one working on this machine and I did nothing else than what I showed in this example. Authoritative answers can be found from: internet address = 172.16.1.5 and voila, it works. 127.0.0.1 Server: 127.0.0.1 Address: 127.0.0.1#5353 Non-authoritative answer: in nameserver =