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Cisco Bug: CSCte53432 - Domain name in client-class-lookup-id differs from actual client lookup

Last Modified

Apr 30, 2014

Products (1)

  • Cisco Network Registrar

Known Affected Releases

7.0 7.1

Description (partial)

A zone (domain) name configured in a policy associated with a client-class is supposed to override the
zone name configured in the DnsUpdateConfig configuration object referenced
by the policy.  In some cases this will not happen and the zone configured
in the DnsUpdateConfig object will be used.

This occurs only when the client becomes associated with a client-class through the actions of
the client-class-lookup-id expression.  When the client becomes associated with the client-class
through a client-lookup (or some mechanism other than the client-class-lookup-id expression),
the zone name configured in the policy associated with the client-class will take precedence 
over the zone name in the DnsUpdateConfig.
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