Hello NG, I am pretty new in this scene, but I think I have some interesting
problems. One of them is this:
In the company we have anSBS2008 installed, a Router for Internet-Access, it
works all fine.
I have the same configuration at home with a second Licence, this one works
Both Servers are named: SBS-1.
Then I configured Dyndns on the Router. We can reach our system (and the
network) using MyDom1.dyndns.org.
The same was done at home with MyDom2.DynDNS.org.
So far so good, I wanted to check the DHCP-Server and now it´s getting
On my server at home, I have in the DHCP an entry: SBS-1.MyDom2.local, as it
should be. I can configure the Network and the leases.
In the Company this entry is called: MyDom1.dyndns.org and it is marked red.
The server Never was told, there is a Dyndns entry somewhere. This was
managed by the router! (In this case a Fritz!box, at Home I use a Draytek)
I can delete the entry and connect to an authorized server,
sbs-1.MyDom2.local. This one is then listed, but in the moment I select it,
I get it red marked again...
If I try searching, I enter the name, SBS-1, check the name, it is named
correct. If I confirm, I get an entry in the DHCP-Console named
MyDom1.dyndns.org!!! If I selct it, it is marked red again.
The system works, but I cannot change anything in the configuration. That´s
Anyvbody who has an Idea? Can I deinstall and reinstall the DHCP wiith no
Any other Solution?