Is there a way I can setup routers, switches, and cisco devices to register their hostnames in our Windows 2003 DNS servers? I would like to be able to get name resolution in CiscoWorks for these devices without having to manually enter all their names in DNS. Is there a way to configure a router, switch, etc to register its hostname automatically?
IOS does support DDNS, but after a few (failed) attempts and some further research, I believe that the router will send out DDNS updates -only- for clients that it services via its DHCP pool. It doesn't seem like you can register the router itself to a ddns server, which is what the original poster (as well as myself) are interested in.
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