In this case, the DNS server fails to update the new name, tieh the following error log messages: Nov 9 qa-dhcp-01 named: client 10.55.1.5#57104: updating zone 'qa.lab/IN': update unsuccessful: lab: 'name not in use' prerequisite not satisfied (YXDOMAIN) Nov 9 qa-dhcp-01 named: client 10.55.1.5#44484: updating zone 'qa.lab/IN': update unsuccessful: lab/TXT: 'RRset exists (value dependent)' prerequisite not satisfied (NXRRSET) any idea how to solve this ?(either on the server side, or on client side configuration) (has this is a test env.
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Because these entries are configured independently, it is possible for forward entries to exist without corresponding reverse entries, and vice versa.
This is one of the more odd things I’ve noticed as a trend in DNS configurations – clear examples of where stub zones should be used, yet I rarely ever see stub zones in environments except for the ones I set them up for.
They’re used to help facilitate name resolution for other domains your DNS servers must resolve that your DNS servers don’t host.
Once a stub zone is created on a DNS server, the DNS server connects to the identified DNS server it was told to get the NS, SOA, and A glue records from, and copies down all those records only.
This is accomplished by defining your local domain names in the Umbrella dashboard.