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  1. #1
    levd Guest

    DNS dynamic update pending in DHCP

    Hello,

    Im having a problem and im wondering if someone can help me.
    In DHCP the icons of the computers have a pencil in it, it seems it means
    this:

    "Active lease, DNS dynamic update pending. This address is not available for
    lease by the DHCP server."

    Does someone knows how to fix this problem?
    I installed DHCP on another server and deinstalled it on the
    first...settings are all the same...im not using DNS Dynamic update
    credentials, i never used this and wondering if i have to now?...DHCP server
    is working for the rest 100% ok..
    Also using vlans...

    Thx for the help.

  2. #2
    Ace Fekay [MVP] Guest

    Re: DNS dynamic update pending in DHCP

    In news:A69560B4-923C-490A-A6D5-2CB9CCA12C02@microsoft.com,
    levd <levd@discussions.microsoft.com> stated, which I commented on below:
    > Hello,
    >
    > Im having a problem and im wondering if someone can help me.
    > In DHCP the icons of the computers have a pencil in it, it seems it
    > means this:
    >
    > "Active lease, DNS dynamic update pending. This address is not
    > available for lease by the DHCP server."
    >
    > Does someone knows how to fix this problem?
    > I installed DHCP on another server and deinstalled it on the
    > first...settings are all the same...im not using DNS Dynamic update
    > credentials, i never used this and wondering if i have to now?...DHCP
    > server is working for the rest 100% ok..
    > Also using vlans...
    >
    > Thx for the help.


    Maybe it's an IP configured from the old DHCP server. Did you attempt to
    renew all your clients so they get an IP from the new DHCP server?

    As for VLANs, that depends on how you have it setup. There are so many
    different options to set up a VLAN and if misconfigured, it is difficult to
    pinpoint where it's going wrong.


    --
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    Innovative IT Concepts, Inc (IITCI)
    Willow Grove, PA

    This posting is provided "AS-IS" with no warranties or guarantees and
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    Microsoft MVP - Directory Services
    Microsoft Certified Trainer

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  3. #3
    levd Guest

    Re: DNS dynamic update pending in DHCP



    "Ace Fekay [MVP]" wrote:

    > In news:A69560B4-923C-490A-A6D5-2CB9CCA12C02@microsoft.com,
    > levd <levd@discussions.microsoft.com> stated, which I commented on below:
    > > Hello,
    > >
    > > Im having a problem and im wondering if someone can help me.
    > > In DHCP the icons of the computers have a pencil in it, it seems it
    > > means this:
    > >
    > > "Active lease, DNS dynamic update pending. This address is not
    > > available for lease by the DHCP server."
    > >
    > > Does someone knows how to fix this problem?
    > > I installed DHCP on another server and deinstalled it on the
    > > first...settings are all the same...im not using DNS Dynamic update
    > > credentials, i never used this and wondering if i have to now?...DHCP
    > > server is working for the rest 100% ok..
    > > Also using vlans...
    > >
    > > Thx for the help.

    >
    > Maybe it's an IP configured from the old DHCP server. Did you attempt to
    > renew all your clients so they get an IP from the new DHCP server?
    >
    > As for VLANs, that depends on how you have it setup. There are so many
    > different options to set up a VLAN and if misconfigured, it is difficult to
    > pinpoint where it's going wrong.
    >
    >
    > --
    > Ace
    > Innovative IT Concepts, Inc (IITCI)
    > Willow Grove, PA
    >
    > This posting is provided "AS-IS" with no warranties or guarantees and
    > confers no rights.
    >
    > Ace Fekay, MCSE 2003 & 2000, MCSA 2003 & 2000, MCSE+I, MCT, MVP
    > Microsoft MVP - Directory Services
    > Microsoft Certified Trainer
    >
    > Having difficulty reading or finding responses to your post?
    > Instead of the website you're using, I suggest to use OEx (Outlook Express
    > or any other newsreader), and configure a news account, pointing to
    > news.microsoft.com. This is a direct link to the Microsoft Public
    > Newsgroups. It is FREE and requires NO ISP's Usenet account. OEx allows you
    > to easily find, track threads, cross-post, sort by date, poster's name,
    > watched threads or subject.
    > It's easy:
    >
    > How to Configure OEx for Internet News
    > http://support.microsoft.com/?id=171164
    >
    > Infinite Diversities in Infinite Combinations
    > Assimilation Imminent. Resistance is Futile
    > "Very funny Scotty. Now, beam down my clothes."
    >
    > The only constant in life is change...
    >
    >

    Hello,

    Al clients have a new ip address from the new DHCP server.
    The old DHCP server is not running anymore.
    Vlans are configured correctly.....
    ALso the clients are working correctly but i never seen this icon with a
    pencil before....and i wonder why the dynamic dns update is pending...

    Thx,
    LEVD
    >


  4. #4
    Jorge Silva Guest

    Re: DNS dynamic update pending in DHCP

    Hi
    Are the clients receiving the IP Address from the correct server?
    Does the DHCP server have available ips to attrib?

    --
    I hope that the information above helps you
    Good Luck

    Jorge Silva
    MCSA
    Systems Administrator

    "levd" <levd@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:024332EE-D71F-45E5-9F10-37CA42333915@microsoft.com...
    >
    >
    > "Ace Fekay [MVP]" wrote:
    >
    >> In news:A69560B4-923C-490A-A6D5-2CB9CCA12C02@microsoft.com,
    >> levd <levd@discussions.microsoft.com> stated, which I commented on below:
    >> > Hello,
    >> >
    >> > Im having a problem and im wondering if someone can help me.
    >> > In DHCP the icons of the computers have a pencil in it, it seems it
    >> > means this:
    >> >
    >> > "Active lease, DNS dynamic update pending. This address is not
    >> > available for lease by the DHCP server."
    >> >
    >> > Does someone knows how to fix this problem?
    >> > I installed DHCP on another server and deinstalled it on the
    >> > first...settings are all the same...im not using DNS Dynamic update
    >> > credentials, i never used this and wondering if i have to now?...DHCP
    >> > server is working for the rest 100% ok..
    >> > Also using vlans...
    >> >
    >> > Thx for the help.

    >>
    >> Maybe it's an IP configured from the old DHCP server. Did you attempt to
    >> renew all your clients so they get an IP from the new DHCP server?
    >>
    >> As for VLANs, that depends on how you have it setup. There are so many
    >> different options to set up a VLAN and if misconfigured, it is difficult
    >> to
    >> pinpoint where it's going wrong.
    >>
    >>
    >> --
    >> Ace
    >> Innovative IT Concepts, Inc (IITCI)
    >> Willow Grove, PA
    >>
    >> This posting is provided "AS-IS" with no warranties or guarantees and
    >> confers no rights.
    >>
    >> Ace Fekay, MCSE 2003 & 2000, MCSA 2003 & 2000, MCSE+I, MCT, MVP
    >> Microsoft MVP - Directory Services
    >> Microsoft Certified Trainer
    >>
    >> Having difficulty reading or finding responses to your post?
    >> Instead of the website you're using, I suggest to use OEx (Outlook
    >> Express
    >> or any other newsreader), and configure a news account, pointing to
    >> news.microsoft.com. This is a direct link to the Microsoft Public
    >> Newsgroups. It is FREE and requires NO ISP's Usenet account. OEx allows
    >> you
    >> to easily find, track threads, cross-post, sort by date, poster's name,
    >> watched threads or subject.
    >> It's easy:
    >>
    >> How to Configure OEx for Internet News
    >> http://support.microsoft.com/?id=171164
    >>
    >> Infinite Diversities in Infinite Combinations
    >> Assimilation Imminent. Resistance is Futile
    >> "Very funny Scotty. Now, beam down my clothes."
    >>
    >> The only constant in life is change...
    >>
    >>

    > Hello,
    >
    > Al clients have a new ip address from the new DHCP server.
    > The old DHCP server is not running anymore.
    > Vlans are configured correctly.....
    > ALso the clients are working correctly but i never seen this icon with a
    > pencil before....and i wonder why the dynamic dns update is pending...
    >
    > Thx,
    > LEVD
    >>



  5. #5
    Ace Fekay [MVP] Guest

    Re: DNS dynamic update pending in DHCP

    In news:024332EE-D71F-45E5-9F10-37CA42333915@microsoft.com,
    levd <levd@discussions.microsoft.com> stated, which I commented on below:
    > Hello,
    >
    > Al clients have a new ip address from the new DHCP server.
    > The old DHCP server is not running anymore.
    > Vlans are configured correctly.....
    > ALso the clients are working correctly but i never seen this icon
    > with a pencil before....and i wonder why the dynamic dns update is
    > pending...
    >
    > Thx,
    > LEVD


    Did you confirm this (as Jorge asked as well)? When you run an ipconfig /all
    on the client, I assume it shows the new DHCP?
    Did you unauthorize the old one?

    Also, the only time I've seen a pencil is in third party DHCP servers.
    HOwever, if it is having difficulty updating into DNS, then it may be a red
    flag that the incorrect DNS servers are being referenced. This means in an
    AD environment, only the internal DNS servers are to be used. If it is
    pointing to an ISP's DNS or some other DNS (or even the Linkysys router)
    that is not accepting updates or doesn't host the zone, then we have a
    mis-configuration.

    Can you provide an unedited ipconfig /all of a machine in question and the
    DC please (assuming this is your DHCP server). - Thanks!

    Ace





  6. #6
    levd Guest

    Re: DNS dynamic update pending in DHCP



    "Ace Fekay [MVP]" wrote:

    > In news:024332EE-D71F-45E5-9F10-37CA42333915@microsoft.com,
    > levd <levd@discussions.microsoft.com> stated, which I commented on below:
    > > Hello,
    > >
    > > Al clients have a new ip address from the new DHCP server.
    > > The old DHCP server is not running anymore.
    > > Vlans are configured correctly.....
    > > ALso the clients are working correctly but i never seen this icon
    > > with a pencil before....and i wonder why the dynamic dns update is
    > > pending...
    > >
    > > Thx,
    > > LEVD

    >
    > Did you confirm this (as Jorge asked as well)? When you run an ipconfig /all
    > on the client, I assume it shows the new DHCP?
    > Did you unauthorize the old one?
    >
    > Also, the only time I've seen a pencil is in third party DHCP servers.
    > HOwever, if it is having difficulty updating into DNS, then it may be a red
    > flag that the incorrect DNS servers are being referenced. This means in an
    > AD environment, only the internal DNS servers are to be used. If it is
    > pointing to an ISP's DNS or some other DNS (or even the Linkysys router)
    > that is not accepting updates or doesn't host the zone, then we have a
    > mis-configuration.
    >
    > Can you provide an unedited ipconfig /all of a machine in question and the
    > DC please (assuming this is your DHCP server). - Thanks!
    >
    > Ace
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >

    Hi there,

    The clients recieve correct ip adresses from the correct DHCP server.
    The old DHCP server is unautherized.
    Im using internal DNS servers

    Thank you.

  7. #7
    Ace Fekay [MVP] Guest

    Re: DNS dynamic update pending in DHCP

    In news:E63D4FDE-169B-48B8-B20A-98F9DE2A4D8A@microsoft.com,
    levd <levd@discussions.microsoft.com> stated, which I commented on below:
    > Hi there,
    >
    > The clients recieve correct ip adresses from the correct DHCP server.
    > The old DHCP server is unautherized.
    > Im using internal DNS servers
    >
    > Thank you.


    Assuming that updates are not working:
    1. Any event log errors on the workstations or domain controller?
    2 .Is the AD DNS domain a single label name?
    3. Zone name match the AD DNS domain name?
    4. Updates allowed on the zone?

    Keep in mind, whenever one of us in the groups ask questions or ask for
    configuration information from an installation, it helps to view the actual
    config and eliminate the obvious.

    Your help will help us to help you.

    Ace




  8. #8
    Jorge Silva Guest

    Re: DNS dynamic update pending in DHCP

    Have you assigned a user account with a non-expiring password in the DHCP
    scope properties for the DHCP server to authenticate with the DNS server? Or
    did you change that password recently?
    are you seeing errors in eventvwr.

    You can also run network monitor to check what is going on...

    --
    I hope that the information above helps you
    Good Luck

    Jorge Silva
    MCSA
    Systems Administrator

    "levd" <levd@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:E63D4FDE-169B-48B8-B20A-98F9DE2A4D8A@microsoft.com...
    >
    >
    > "Ace Fekay [MVP]" wrote:
    >
    >> In news:024332EE-D71F-45E5-9F10-37CA42333915@microsoft.com,
    >> levd <levd@discussions.microsoft.com> stated, which I commented on below:
    >> > Hello,
    >> >
    >> > Al clients have a new ip address from the new DHCP server.
    >> > The old DHCP server is not running anymore.
    >> > Vlans are configured correctly.....
    >> > ALso the clients are working correctly but i never seen this icon
    >> > with a pencil before....and i wonder why the dynamic dns update is
    >> > pending...
    >> >
    >> > Thx,
    >> > LEVD

    >>
    >> Did you confirm this (as Jorge asked as well)? When you run an ipconfig
    >> /all
    >> on the client, I assume it shows the new DHCP?
    >> Did you unauthorize the old one?
    >>
    >> Also, the only time I've seen a pencil is in third party DHCP servers.
    >> HOwever, if it is having difficulty updating into DNS, then it may be a
    >> red
    >> flag that the incorrect DNS servers are being referenced. This means in
    >> an
    >> AD environment, only the internal DNS servers are to be used. If it is
    >> pointing to an ISP's DNS or some other DNS (or even the Linkysys router)
    >> that is not accepting updates or doesn't host the zone, then we have a
    >> mis-configuration.
    >>
    >> Can you provide an unedited ipconfig /all of a machine in question and
    >> the
    >> DC please (assuming this is your DHCP server). - Thanks!
    >>
    >> Ace
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>

    > Hi there,
    >
    > The clients recieve correct ip adresses from the correct DHCP server.
    > The old DHCP server is unautherized.
    > Im using internal DNS servers
    >
    > Thank you.



  9. #9
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Posts
    1
    Guys he's asking a simple question here, why are the DNS dynamic updates from the DHCP server sat on pending.

    There are 3 possible logical reasons and another instance I've found where this happens.

    The first is within Active Directory you have to make sure the DHCP server's account sits within the "DNSUpdateProxy" group. This is to ensure the DHCP server can update DNS even though it is not registering its own credentials as part of the secure DNS system. Check this group contains any DHCP servers within your Domain.

    The second reason is the DHCP server is not on your domain and its just sat in a workgroup. If this is the case add the machine to the domain, authorise it and then do the above step as well.

    The last logical reason is the scope on the DHCP server that the client is attached to needs to have the DNS options set to "Always dynamically update A and PTR records" every time a lease is created or experied. This is done by right clicking the actual scope, going to options and then the DNS tab.

    What I have found is even with everything up there alright the DHCP server will still have trouble registering DNS entries after it has dished out addresses and the entry will be sat on "pending" for seemingly no reason. It COULD be something to do with not registering clients that are not part of the domain such as foreign laptops, printers etc because my DHCP server seems to want to register 90% of these objects in DNS but then sit there and do nothing for the rest of the 10%.

    The problem is there doesnt seem to be any way of checking how long an object has been pending for, or how long its going to take for the DHCP server to get its ass in gear and actually complete the registration. There doesnt seem to be a way to force through a pending entry via a menu or any command either so I am usually left to force a DNS A entry via a domain controller and just hope the DHCP server is smart enough to remove this when the lease expires.

    I'm not microsoft qualified but I think my answer is somewhat more relevant to the issue this guy is having here... reading the question helps.

    Hope this helps levd.

    Paul

  10. #10
    Ace Fekay [MVP] Guest

    Re: DNS dynamic update pending in DHCP

    In news:Dimebag.2sa0zi@DoNotSpam.com,
    Dimebag <Dimebag.2sa0zi@DoNotSpam.com> typed:
    > Guys he's asking a simple question here, why are the DNS dynamic
    > updates from the DHCP server sat on pending.
    >
    > There are 3 possible logical reasons and another instance I've found
    > where this happens.
    >
    > The first is within Active Directory you have to make sure the DHCP
    > server's account sits within the "DNSUpdateProxy" group. This is to
    > ensure the DHCP server can update DNS even though it is not
    > registering its own credentials as part of the secure DNS system.
    > Check this group contains any DHCP servers within your Domain.
    >
    > The second reason is the DHCP server is not on your domain and its
    > just sat in a workgroup. If this is the case add the machine to the
    > domain, authorise it and then do the above step as well.
    >
    > The last logical reason is the scope on the DHCP server that the
    > client is attached to needs to have the DNS options set to "Always
    > dynamically update A and PTR records" every time a lease is created
    > or experied. This is done by right clicking the actual scope, going
    > to options and then the DNS tab.
    >
    > What I have found is even with everything up there alright the DHCP
    > server will still have trouble registering DNS entries after it has
    > dished out addresses and the entry will be sat on "pending" for
    > seemingly no reason. It COULD be something to do with not registering
    > clients that are not part of the domain such as foreign laptops,
    > printers etc because my DHCP server seems to want to register 90% of
    > these objects in DNS but then sit there and do nothing for the rest of
    > the 10%.
    >
    > The problem is there doesnt seem to be any way of checking how long an
    > object has been pending for, or how long its going to take for the
    > DHCP server to get its ass in gear and actually complete the
    > registration. There doesnt seem to be a way to force through a
    > pending entry via a menu or any command either so I am usually left
    > to force a DNS A entry via a domain controller and just hope the DHCP
    > server is smart enough to remove this when the lease expires.
    >
    > I'm not microsoft qualified but I think my answer is somewhat more
    > relevant to the issue this guy is having here... reading the question
    > helps.
    >
    > Hope this helps levd.
    >
    > Paul


    We will need to add a #4): If the client Primary DNS Suffix doesn't match
    the zone's name that has updates allowed, it cannot register. The Primary
    DNS Suffix must match.


    --
    Regards,
    Ace

    This posting is provided "AS-IS" with no warranties or guarantees and
    confers no rights.

    Ace Fekay, MCSE 2003 & 2000, MCSA 2003 & 2000, MCSE+I, MCT, MVP
    Microsoft MVP - Directory Services
    Microsoft Certified Trainer

    Infinite Diversities in Infinite Combinations

    Having difficulty reading or finding responses to your post?
    Instead of the website you're using, try using OEx (Outlook Express
    or any other newsreader), and configure a news account, pointing to
    news.microsoft.com. Anonymous access. It's free - no username or password
    required nor do you need a Newsgroup Usenet account with your ISP. It
    connects directly to the Microsoft Public Newsgroups. OEx allows you
    o easily find, track threads, cross-post, sort by date, poster's name,
    watched threads or subject. It's easy:

    How to Configure OEx for Internet News
    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=171164

    "Quitting smoking is easy. I've done it a thousand times." - Mark Twain



  11. #11
    Jeff Guest

    Re: DNS dynamic update pending in DHCP

    We need to add a #5.

    Ensure you have a reverse lookup zone for that DHCP scope.

    "Ace Fekay [MVP]" wrote:

    > In news:Dimebag.2sa0zi@DoNotSpam.com,
    > Dimebag <Dimebag.2sa0zi@DoNotSpam.com> typed:
    > > Guys he's asking a simple question here, why are the DNS dynamic
    > > updates from the DHCP server sat on pending.
    > >
    > > There are 3 possible logical reasons and another instance I've found
    > > where this happens.
    > >
    > > The first is within Active Directory you have to make sure the DHCP
    > > server's account sits within the "DNSUpdateProxy" group. This is to
    > > ensure the DHCP server can update DNS even though it is not
    > > registering its own credentials as part of the secure DNS system.
    > > Check this group contains any DHCP servers within your Domain.
    > >
    > > The second reason is the DHCP server is not on your domain and its
    > > just sat in a workgroup. If this is the case add the machine to the
    > > domain, authorise it and then do the above step as well.
    > >
    > > The last logical reason is the scope on the DHCP server that the
    > > client is attached to needs to have the DNS options set to "Always
    > > dynamically update A and PTR records" every time a lease is created
    > > or experied. This is done by right clicking the actual scope, going
    > > to options and then the DNS tab.
    > >
    > > What I have found is even with everything up there alright the DHCP
    > > server will still have trouble registering DNS entries after it has
    > > dished out addresses and the entry will be sat on "pending" for
    > > seemingly no reason. It COULD be something to do with not registering
    > > clients that are not part of the domain such as foreign laptops,
    > > printers etc because my DHCP server seems to want to register 90% of
    > > these objects in DNS but then sit there and do nothing for the rest of
    > > the 10%.
    > >
    > > The problem is there doesnt seem to be any way of checking how long an
    > > object has been pending for, or how long its going to take for the
    > > DHCP server to get its ass in gear and actually complete the
    > > registration. There doesnt seem to be a way to force through a
    > > pending entry via a menu or any command either so I am usually left
    > > to force a DNS A entry via a domain controller and just hope the DHCP
    > > server is smart enough to remove this when the lease expires.
    > >
    > > I'm not microsoft qualified but I think my answer is somewhat more
    > > relevant to the issue this guy is having here... reading the question
    > > helps.
    > >
    > > Hope this helps levd.
    > >
    > > Paul

    >
    > We will need to add a #4): If the client Primary DNS Suffix doesn't match
    > the zone's name that has updates allowed, it cannot register. The Primary
    > DNS Suffix must match.
    >
    >
    > --
    > Regards,
    > Ace
    >
    > This posting is provided "AS-IS" with no warranties or guarantees and
    > confers no rights.
    >
    > Ace Fekay, MCSE 2003 & 2000, MCSA 2003 & 2000, MCSE+I, MCT, MVP
    > Microsoft MVP - Directory Services
    > Microsoft Certified Trainer
    >
    > Infinite Diversities in Infinite Combinations
    >
    > Having difficulty reading or finding responses to your post?
    > Instead of the website you're using, try using OEx (Outlook Express
    > or any other newsreader), and configure a news account, pointing to
    > news.microsoft.com. Anonymous access. It's free - no username or password
    > required nor do you need a Newsgroup Usenet account with your ISP. It
    > connects directly to the Microsoft Public Newsgroups. OEx allows you
    > o easily find, track threads, cross-post, sort by date, poster's name,
    > watched threads or subject. It's easy:
    >
    > How to Configure OEx for Internet News
    > http://support.microsoft.com/?id=171164
    >
    > "Quitting smoking is easy. I've done it a thousand times." - Mark Twain
    >
    >
    >


  12. #12
    Ace Fekay [MVP] Guest

    Re: DNS dynamic update pending in DHCP

    In news:B2B313C1-C71C-4CE4-9A79-5675C18DE85A@microsoft.com,
    Jeff <Jeff@discussions.microsoft.com> typed:
    > We need to add a #5.
    >
    > Ensure you have a reverse lookup zone for that DHCP scope.
    >


    Good point. This is so there are no SPNEGO errors.


    Ace



  13. #13
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    Posts
    1

    Re: DNS dynamic update pending in DHCP

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
    We need to add a #5.

    Ensure you have a reverse lookup zone for that DHCP scope.
    This is what fixed it for me. I had a network of 10.0.0.0/255.255.255.0 with a reverse lookup zone for 10.0.0

    After putting in wireless and allowing outside devices on our network, we were running out of address so I changed the scope to 10.0.0.0/255.0.0.0 but I forgot to change reverse lookup zone. I deleted the 10.0.0 reverse and put in just a 10 reverse lookup and the leases started going through to DNS again.

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