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BIND and Dynamic DNS

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Does BIND support Dynamic DNS updating?  If yes - what DHCP programs would be compatible with BIND for dynamic DNS updating?  Our clients are Win2K.  Thanks.
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The 9,x versions of bind support dynamic DNS updates and are quite compatible with DHCP 3.x. You can obtain both from http://www.isc.org
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Thanks much.  
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