September 14th, 2012, 03:04 PM
Help with dnsextd and BIND on Ubuntu
I currently have Ubuntu 12.04 Server running BIND 9.8.1. It is a simple dynamic dns server setup for testing and there is no encryption key involved. Everything appears to be working. I am able to dynamically update the DNS using nsupdate from a client machine and verify that the records were added using dig.
I am attempting to install the dnsextd so that it can support Long Lived Queries (DNS-LLQ). I reconfigured bind to listen on port 5030 and to allow-updates from 127.0.0.1 (previously set to any). After restarting bind and starting dnsextd, I can no longer dynamically update dns records using nsupdate. I get an update failed: REFUSED.
I've also tried changing allow-updates back to any but I get the same problem.
I was hoping if anyone here has any experience successfully setting up dnsextd on linux.
Let me know if you need any additional information.
September 14th, 2012, 06:01 PM
I narrowed down my problem. I'm getting the output error in dnsextd when attempting to dyamically add a record with nsupdate
"Rejecting Update Request with 1 additions but no lease".
Looking at the code, it seems like a lease time is not defined when doing dynamic updating. Is there additional settings for bind/dnsextd that I need to set some default lease time? Or is there another parameter I need to specify when doing the dynamic updating?
I'll continue to investigate but if anyone has come across this before, let me know.
February 5th, 2015, 09:28 AM
Same issue after 3 years
Originally Posted by mixyez
Did you find the solution for the problem you explained?
I have exactly the same issue when running BIND 9.10 and ISC DHCP (even ISC KEA DHCP) and dnsextd.
I've been testing and looking for a solution for weeks already.