Dns not updating ip addresses
Login to your No-IP account and click Hosts/Redirects at the top left of the page.
You will see a list of domains/hostnames that are associated with your account.
Clients enrolled to an Active Directory domain may be allowed to update their DNS records stored in AD dynamically.
At the same time, Active Directory servers support DNS aging and scavenging, which means that stale DNS records might be removed from AD after a period of inactivity.
Next to the hostname that you need to update click “Modify”.
On the next page, under the Hostname Information window, you will see a location to change the IP address.
The update code is already there, it is mostly a matter of splitting the code to be IPA-agnostic.
PTR records update would not be on by default and could be turned on by setting an option (perhaps For the update itself, we can simply use the nsupdate utility the way we use it in IPA domain.How do I avoid manually updating my hostname in the future?In this situation, it is recommended to use an update client that will automatically update the hostnames IP address when it changes. Check out this Knowledge Base article for answers to some of the most frequent issues.Does the IP address my hostname is resolving to match my current public IP address?