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
- Collect MAC addresses in wireless access list
- Comment DHCP leases with info from access list
- Run other scripts on DHCP lease