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Re: [opensuse] Qué 127.0.1.1 malo?

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] Qué 127.0.1.1 malo?
From: Ken Schneider - openSUSE <suse-list3@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2012 14:14:22 -0400
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En 04/03/12 13:27, Anton *Aylward *pecked en el teclado y escribió:
*Lynn dijo el siguiendo en 04/03/2012 12:10 PM:


Es nuestro *DHCP cliente capaz de hacer aquello?

Cuestión para la lista:

Tener que el cliente ser capaz de actualizar las entradas de DNS o es que un
agujero de seguridad?

No el cliente pero el **server* tendría que hacer el actualiza.


Seguramente su el *DHCP cliente (o equivalente si estamos utilizando *SAMBA)
que dirige las direcciones de IP que tendrían que ser hacer esto?

Aquello es el propósito y trabajo del DNS **server* _no_ el cliente.


Aquello es ciertamente la manera lo he hecho y su la manera lo veo documentado.



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On 04/03/12 13:27, Anton Aylward pecked at the keyboard and wrote:
Lynn said the following on 04/03/2012 12:10 PM:


Is our DHCP client able to do that?

Question for the list:

Should the client be able to update the DNS entries or is that a
security hole?

Not the client but the *server* should do the updates.


Surely its the DHCP client (or equivalent if we're using SAMBA)
that manages the IP addresses that should be doing this?

That is the purpose and job of the DNS *server* _not_ the client.


That's certainly the way I've done it and its the way I see it documented.



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