I wasn’t able to find any solution that provided an automated solution specially for a dynamically assigned IP.
In the case of a static IP address I recommend you simply set the record on your DNS server and call it a day.
With the help of DNS integration with the DHCP, you can simplify this task and can remarkably reduce the administrative overhead.
Just like other DHCP administration configurations, even this one requires that you should use the Enterprise Admin or Domain Admin account credentials to make the changes.
The software utility then periodically checks for a change to the computer's IP address, and when a new IP address is discovered, it updates the Dynamic DNS database to reflect that change.
DNS requires that a name server somewhere on the Internet keep track of 'where you are' (i.e. That is, its database must always be updated to make sure your hostname always corresponds to your current IP address.
However, many home users are assigned an IP address that changes more frequently. This makes it a challenge to translate a Name to one of these IP addresses.
In addition most routers have software built in to detect IP changes and communicate them with the name servers. Configure your dynamic DNS client with: After you have created the record and configured your client software, test it by entering the subdomain and domain into a web browser (or appropriate client) and seeing that it connects to the correct resource. Note: You must set a user agent in your request as well.
Every computer attached to the Internet has an IP address.
Name Translation is the process of relating a name (like ' to an IP address (like '74.1') so that a website (or other service) on a computer can be accessed using an easily remembered name, rather than the IP address number of the computer.
In case your DHCP server is a standalone Windows Server 2012 server, you can use the local administrator account credentials to log on while making the above configurations in the DHCP server.
Here is how you can enable the DNS integration with the Windows Server 2012 DHCP server: Once done, click OK to save the changes that you have made.