Cisco ios updating dns

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During a HTTP request, the server (updates.opendns.com) will release a certificate.

The router must authenticate that certificate using the correspondent Root CA certificate.

I traced this down to our old domain controller having the nonsecure dynamic update box checked.

When I disabled the DNS services and redirected to my new environment these updates stopped working.

We have noticed a couple of OS regressions between i OS 8.4.1 and i OS 9 which have been reported to Apple. The current beta release of i OS 9.1 is also affected.

Most notable is that when doing Split Tunneling, the Tunnel All DNS option no longer functions as expected. If you've upgraded to i OS 9 and you can't wait for Apple to fix this issue then your only hope is to roll back to i OS 8.4.1.

====== On Error Resume Next Const FULL_DNS_REGISTRATION = False Const DOMAIN_DNS_REGISTRATION = False str Computer = "." Set obj WMIService = Get Object("winmgmts:" _ & "!

\" & str Computer & "\root\cimv2") Set col Net Cards = obj WMIService.

While this is the recommended setup for most companies doing serious business, it doesn't really apply to home users or small branch offices because of the increased cost for static IP addresses.

Now that you've switched over to requiring secure updates the clients don't have permission to perform the updates.

At this point your options would be to: That was exactly the problem. I exported a copy of my DNS to text and used a psexec against the a file containing the IP addresses of my deleted systems to reregister the DNS.

If you want to stop the clients, you must uncheck, "Register this connection" checkbox in the NIC's IPv4 properties.

You can also script it - The following was taken and modified from Configuring Client-Side Networking through VBScript and from Modify Dynamic DNS Registration for a Network Adapter.

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