We have a Windows 2008 Server running as DC. DNS is provided by a standalone machine running ISC BIND v9. The zone is configured to accept dynamic updates from the Windows machine. This is needed - the DC needs to update resource records in the zone.
This is all working well, the windows machine registers all necessary resource records in the BIND zone. But - it also registers the IP-Adresses of all non-localhost Interfaces as A Record for the whole zone, which interferes with other services.
Assuming the server has three interfaces with IP-Adresses IPA, IPB and IPC. Without dynamic updates the zone will have a single (added by hand) 'A' record:
domain.com IN A SOMEIP
This is the desired state.
With dynamic updates the zone will have four 'A' records:
domain.com IN A SOMEIP domain.com IN A IPA domain.com IN A IPB domain.com IN A IPC
How can we setup the Windows or BIND Machine to keep dynamic updates while avoiding this issue?