Bind9 not updating zone serial

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In previous post we configured Bind9 as a DNS Server as well as configured a HA DHCP Cluster.To build upon these two post will will introduce Dynamic DNS into the mix.

The bind-users and the dhcp-users lists particularly have a long-standing and active membership.I've been trying to learn how to setup isc-dhcp-server and bind9 for dynamic dns service within my home LAN. ( 7 ; serial 10800 ; refresh (3 hours) 3600 ; retry (1 hour) 604800 ; expire (1 week) 38400 ; minimum (10 hours 40 minutes) ) NS $TTL 3600 ; 1 hour android A 192.168.1.5 TXT "317532858ab461b8e08e92465158353660" i Pad A 192.168.1.10 TXT "31fc08f1797f8ef06bf8bbd71c6889c2c3" printer A 192.168.1.3 TXT "31445a58fc15ac8a0c45ca7f81d62dc2ba" laptop A 192.168.1.6 TXT "31b7f1f9e90f391d8733427cd4f783363f" $TTL 907200 ; 1 week 3 days 12 hours IXTREME A 192.168.1.2 $TTL 3600 ; 1 hour i Phone A 192.168.1.7 TXT "31ff1a903b509d454737f163433b50e979" raspbmc A 192.168.1.12 TXT "319a34a5c33f22852155f1d0d79d29b7c9" $ORIGIN . ( 7 ; serial 10800 ; refresh (3 hours) 604800 ; retry (1 week) 604800 ; expire (1 week) 86400 ; minimum (1 day) ) NS I've followed a few how-tos online and managed to get it working, with one exception that my reverse zone doesn't seem to be getting updated correctly. $TTL 907200 ; 1 week 3 days 12 hours 1.168.192.IN SOA ) The main advantage of this scheme is, that you also know the date of the last modification of your zone-file at first glance.It also makes the serial number incrementing more robust.

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