My dns is not updating

22-Aug-2020 18:43

The only way I can update it is to re-do the port forwarding rule with the name assignment. It automatically connects using an Open VPN config file, but is otherwise untouched.How do I trigger a DDNS name update without having to re-do my port forwarding and name assignments every time?

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For example: *** Warning: Failed to Zone Transfer from 1.2.3.4 (problem description) First make sure that the zone name is spelled correctly and matches the name used on the primary server, and make sure that the IP address is the correct address of your primary DNS server.Thus a program running on the local system asks the resolver to translate a host name into an IP address; the resolver queries the local forwarding nameserver at 127.0.1.1; the forwarding nameserver queries the remote nameserver(s) it has been told about, receives an answer and sends it back up the chain.Network Manager communicates with the forwarding nameserver process over D-Bus.If you deleted /etc/then you deleted the symbolic link.To recreate the symbolic link you can run EDIT: I just found the answer and it's in this very page - sorry for my miopy. That sure did not help the OP and doesn't help me now.

For example: *** Warning: Failed to Zone Transfer from 1.2.3.4 (problem description) First make sure that the zone name is spelled correctly and matches the name used on the primary server, and make sure that the IP address is the correct address of your primary DNS server.

Thus a program running on the local system asks the resolver to translate a host name into an IP address; the resolver queries the local forwarding nameserver at 127.0.1.1; the forwarding nameserver queries the remote nameserver(s) it has been told about, receives an answer and sends it back up the chain.

Network Manager communicates with the forwarding nameserver process over D-Bus.

If you deleted /etc/then you deleted the symbolic link.

To recreate the symbolic link you can run EDIT: I just found the answer and it's in this very page - sorry for my miopy. That sure did not help the OP and doesn't help me now.

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