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I found this rather useful script to Update Synology DNS records from DHCP IP address reservation. Be careful with this if your Synology NAS is accessible via the internet then this may be a security problem.
All the files necessary to update your DNS after the DHCP server has given out a new address are available from here dhcp_dns_changes_
If they are not set to that, you did something wrong. Point the DNS server setting of a device or PC to your new DNS server and use ping to try out the A, CNAME and MX records we created. This means if you perform the same lookup within a few minutes of each other the DNS does not actually do the lookup it looks in its cache first, it can do this quicker then performing the lookup. Any queries that cannot be resolved need to be forwarded to another DNS server.
If you are running Linux or another proper OS with a dig command you can use that with the full hostname. If not you did something wrong which needs to be fixed before you continue. You can use the following command to find the MX records for a domain. The DNS server will now resolve all our local hostnames to IP addresses. We do that by setting the values in the Resolution tab.
That is, where you have an IP address and you want to lookup the hostname. Update the SOA record to change the email address to something valid. We will only need to add NS and PTR type record here.