I have a Windows 2003 domain. DNS server and DHCP server run on domain controllers. Most workstations have DHCP enabled.
Sometimes I have weird network problems and when I diagnose them I can find two pointer (PTR) with the same IP which are linked to different hosts. Making an educated guess those hosts changed IP at the end of the DHCP lease, so one pointer is correct and corresponds to the actual IP-Host association and the other is the previous one.
This problem happens not very often. How can I configure DHCP and DNS services to avoid this behavior ?