🛈 This script can not be used on its own but requires the base installation. See main README for details.
This script adds (and removes) dns records based on dhcp server leases.
Just install the script:
Then run it from dhcp server as lease script. You may want to use lease-script.
A scheduler cares about cleanup:
/ system scheduler add interval=15m name=dhcp-to-dns on-event="/ system script run dhcp-to-dns;" start-time=startup;
On first run a disabled static dns record acting as marker (with comment
--- dhcp-to-dns above ---") is added. Move this entry to define where new
entries are to be added.
The configuration goes to
global-config-overlay, these are the parameters:
Domain: the domain used for dns records
HostNameInZone: whether or not to add the dhcp/dns server's hostname
PrefixInZone: whether or not to add prefix
ServerNameInZone: whether or not to add DHCP server name
- Collect MAC addresses in wireless access list
- Comment DHCP leases with info from access list
- Create DNS records for IPSec peers
- Run other scripts on DHCP lease