You need to create and configure the necessary DHCP deployment options in order to allow the managed DHCP Server to update Windows DNS. You can set the majority of these options at different levels in Address Manager.
To create DHCP deployment options:
- Navigate to the appropriate level in Address Manager (For example: network, DHCP ranges, or server level) that you have created for the GSS-TSIG configuration use.
- Select Deployment Options tab and click New and select DHCP Client Option or DHCP Service Option.
Create the following deployment options and values. The following DHCP service
and Client options need to be configured to enable the DHCP server to update the
Windows DNS server:
- DNS Server—enter IP address of the Windows DNS server. Example: 192.0.2.100
- Router—enter IP address of the gateway. Example: 192.0.2.1 (set at network level)
- Default Lease Time—the default lease time for an IP address. Example: 300 seconds
- Maximum Lease Time—the maximum lease time for an IP address. Example: 360 seconds
- Minimum Lease Time—the minimum lease time for an IP address. Example: 250 seconds
- DDNS Updates—true
- Client Updates—false
- DDNS Reverse Domain Name—in-addr.arpa
- DNS Domain Name—dhcp1.bcn.com