holger.honert@signal-iduna.de wrote:
> Hi Phil,
> ever thought about DDNS-Updates from Win-Machines?

Yes - we don't want to. We have a network management system that handles
that, and none of our infrastructure is Windows - it's all Solaris.

But that hardly is related to my question... We throw away all DDNS
stuff - it's just ignored. So I know that DDNS clients look at the SOA,
but it's not an issue for us.

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