Notifications - BlueCat Address Manager - 9.0.0

Address Manager Administration Guide

BlueCat Address Manager

After the first import of DNS data from a Managed Windows server, a polling mechanism in the DDW notifies Address Manager of any changes that occur to resource records inside a zone in Windows.

Notifications include the addition of new records, deletion of existing records, and any changes to existing records.

Supported resource records added to a zone on a Managed Windows server by Dynamic DNS or created in the MMC are sent to Address Manager by notification. Records that are not supported by Address Manager are ignored.

Resource records not received by Address Manager as part of a notification appear in the server-specific DDW Server log, provided you have set the log level to debug. For more information about changing log levels, visit BlueCat Networks Customer Care.

Note: Address Manager does not display time-to-live (TTL) values for resource records brought in as part of notification if the record TTL is the same as the zone TTL.