Thanks for the answer. I used to do it in my prevoius companies.
I'll try to convince the sysadmints here, that this is the right way to work.
I have to inform you that this will not affect any faction in your machine , however to avoid this problem my advice to you to assign machine IP from DHCP then reserve the IP of the machine in your DHCP using the MAC address of the machine
Thanks and regards
After entering the record manually into the DNS server , issue had been solved.
Question still why it couldn't be registered automatically.
We have a new model in our printing fleet, but we can't configure DNS correctly.
We have an error message host name not verified. The SAG says:
Under Requested Host Name, type a unique name for your printer. If the host name successfully
registers to the DNS server, the host name appears under Verified Host Name. The default host
name is XRXxxx, where xxx is the MAC address of the printer.
Note: If no host name or a different host name appears, the host name did not successfully register
to the DNS server. Configure your DHCP server to perform updates on behalf of the DHCP clients."
This is a bit strange as with the older modell - 5775- we haven't had any problem .
Current firmware version: 071.190.103.05401
Best Regards, Albert
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