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While product recommendations are off-topic for ServerFault and I expect your question to be closed by the community in short order, I can offer two suggestions: Limiting yourself to a GUI-based system is limiting your ability to implement the best solution for your situation. Perhaps a system with a GUI will work well, or perhaps not. In spite of the ...
DHCP will generally keep the lease until the expiry time in an attempt to reissue the same lease to a client that reconnects later. It will only start to free up candidates when there is pressure on the scope from new clients. This allows clients to reacquire the same address when they connect again without too long an interval between sessions and gives ...
I've looked at this before. Restarting named will flush updated data from .jnl files back to the zone file, but there's also another way.. rndc freeze <zone> but this will disable DDNS, so it should be followed with a rndc thaw <zone> to re-enable it, and should clear up the .jnl files. There's apparently a rndc sync in Bind 9.9.
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