- Oct 29, 2000
Looks like this was wrong. I found a checkbox in the DNS Resolver service in pfSense titled "Register DHCP leases in the DNS Resolver" which might do the trick. I never bothered looking into it before because it is so easy to remember private IPV4 addresses...
This might name everything hostname.domain
My domain has always been set to the default "localdomain".
I don't even know what the implications are of changing it, or if I can choose freely. Would probably be convenient to keep it short to enable quicker typing of it...
Tried enabling it. It works, but only on IP's configured in the DHCP. I've always most of my IP's manually on the local machine, meaning they never communicate with the DHCP server, and thus the hostname does not get registered.