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The DNS Client service performs this function for all network connections on the client, including any that are not configured to use DHCP.
When a qualified DNS client (such as a computer running Windows XP Professional or Windows Vista®) issues an update, DHCP servers running Windows Server 2008 process the update to determine in which of three ways the server will initiate updates on behalf of the client: The ability to register both A and PTR resource records enables a DHCP server to act as a proxy for clients running other operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, or Windows 98, for the purpose of DNS dynamic update registration.
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You can use this procedure to create a pointer (PTR) resource record in a reverse lookup zone in Domain Name System (DNS).
When you create a new host (A or AAAA) resource record, there is an option to create an associated pointer (PTR) resource record automatically.
Pointer (PTR) resource records that are created automatically when you add a host (A or AAAA) resource record to a zone will be deleted automatically if the corresponding host (A or AAAA) resource record is deleted.
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The following reasons or events can trigger a dynamic update: When one of these events triggers a dynamic update, the DNS Client service (not the DHCP Client service) sends updates.
Reverse DNS lookup is using an Internet IP address to find a domain name.
When you enter the address for a Web site at your browser (the address is formally called the Uniform Resource Locator, or URL), the address is transmitted to a nearby router which does a forward DNS lookup in a routing table to locate the IP address.
Forward DNS (which stands for domain name system) lookup is the more common lookup since most users think in terms of domain names rather than IP addresses.
However, occasionally you may see a Web page with a URL in which the domain name part is expressed as an IP address (sometimes called a dot address) and want to be able to see its domain name.