Brad,

You da man! I walked through the settings as specified and found that
the
#4 item had slipped to a 'backup' NetWare DNS server - oops! Thanks
so much
for the concise and timely answer!

Perry

>>> Brad Doster<bd@NSCSysOps.net> 1/30/2001 6:35:46 PM >>>

The following items have to be in place for DDNS to work:

1) The subnet object must have the "DNS Zone for Dynamic Update"
correctly specified.
2) The subnet address range object must be set to "Dynamic BOOTP and DHCP" or "Dynamic DHCP".
3) The subnet address range object must be set to "Always update"
4) The DNS zone need to have the Dynamic DNS Server correctly
specified.

After saving your changes, unload and reload DHCPSRVR and NAMED to
force the changes to be recognized by the NLMs.

bd
NSC Volunteer SysOp

Unread and untested, but there is a DNS-DHCP FAQ available at:
http://www.ithowto.com/contributions/dns1.htm