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There is pretty good documentation from Synology on configuring your NAS for DNS, but I ran into several issues for proper configuration, so I decided to write this post to document how I was successful.

First step is to install the DNS Server package from Synology by going to the Package Manager and then selecting the Utilities category.

I know it's not quite right because if I do $ORIGIN .

Installed a new lexmark today, but was not having any luck with scan to network and scan to email as it kept giving error "unable to reach destination".

is it important to have this setup viaa dhcp server for dns to work properly (other than this printer issue every thing else seems to be working fine). how to make sure both forward and backward lookups ip are refreshed whenever dhcp changes ip and all obsolete entries are deleted (it still have entries for workstations which were discarded years ago).

Basically, however your device identifies itself to the DHCP server on the USG is how it will be inserted into DNS.So, I've decided to configure my Synology NAS to perform forward and reverse DNS for my internal network.I have several servers on my network, so constantly accessing them by IP address is just too much of an inconvenience.the printer is unable to resolve ip of optus smtp server and is unable to send out diagnostic emails.actually it is unable to resolve any local workstation. how to make sure both forward and backward lookups ip are refreshed whenever dhcp changes ip and all obsolete entries are deleted (it still have entries for workstations which were discarded years ago).

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