Server 2016 reverse dns not updating
(If you checked Skip this page by default sometime in the past, that page will, of course, not appear.) Now, it's time to select the installation type.For DNS servers, you will be selecting the Role-based or feature-based installation.I've been reviewing the DHCP audit logs again as well as the Event Logs for DNS and other system logs.There are no errors to indicate why the DNS is not actually updating.The ‘Or’ is a dependency which the Net Name has on the IP Addresses which implies that EITHER the 1.99 IPv4 Address OR the .99 IPv4 Address must come online before the Network Name resources comes online.For more information about resource dependencies, visit: Windows Server 2008 R2 we have improved how the DNS registration logic is implemented within the cluster resource DLL implementation of network name resource.Setting up a Domain Name System (DNS) on Windows Server involves installing the DNS Server Role.
In this example, the network name testcno will be registered against IP addresses 1.:e0e:90e3:a1b4:e34c:cbe.
The DHCP server can be made to register the A record and the PTR record (including for pre-Windows 2000 clients that can't make DDNS registrations themselves).
To alter the behaviour of client computers in DNS registrations, have a look in Group Policy in the DNS Client node under the Network subnode of the Administrative Templates node of the Computer Configuration.
And finally these records can be tested by using the Windows nslookup command.
As shown below, the various records are looking up correctly.