Category - DHCP

What servers support RFC-based dynamic DNS update

The following DHCP servers include the ability to make use of the RFC 2136/2137 DNS feature to make dynamic updates to the DNS. To make use of this ability, you need a DNS server that supports this feature. A likely use is to create temporary DNS records that associate a fully qualified DNS name derived from the client’s netbios name with the client’s leased IP number. Another use might be to associate DNS names with MAC addresses. These products might support one or both of these uses.

  • American Internet Corp Net Registrar
  • QDHCP
  • IBM’s Warp Server (version 4 and after)
  • IBM’s AIX server (version 4.1 and after)

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What servers support secondary subnet numbers?

These are not complete lists) The following servers can handle dynamic allocation on secondary subnet numbers:

  • IPTrack version 2.0
  • ISC
  • JOIN
  • SGI’s DHCP Server under IRIX 6.2
  • Cisco (previously TGV)
  • NetID
  • Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 (since service pack 2)
  • Sonic
  • QDHCP
  • ipLease
  • IBM Warp Server Version 4
  • IBM AIX

The following can serve manually allocated addresses on secondary subnet numbers:

  • IPTrack version 2.0
  • ISC
  • JOIN
  • QDHCP

The following cannot support secondary subnet numbers:

  • Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 and 4.0 (through RC1)
  • WIDE
  • Sonic DHCP Server

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