[cifs-protocol] [REG:116052414204136] [MS-GSSA] DDNS TSIG MAC calculation vs DNS name compression

Ralph Boehme slow at samba.org
Wed Jun 8 16:15:38 UTC 2016

Hi Obaid!

On Tue, Jun 07, 2016 at 06:55:44PM +0000, Obaid Farooqi wrote:
> I'll need some traces from you to figure out why the client does not
> like compression. It is obvious that it does support compression by
> looking at the network captures.

yes it does support it generally, but it doesn't like it in DNS
TKEY/TSIG records. :)

> Please let me know the version of windows client that is exhibiting
> error scenario with Samba DNS. After I know the Windows version,
> I'll send you some bits to collect some traces.

Windows 7.

I'm mainly interested in how Windows server behave. Even if newer
Windows clients may support name compressed DNS TKEY records and not
choke when receiving such a packet, I'd prefer stick to actual Windows
DNS server behaviour, that's why I was asking for clarification about
actual server behaviour.

In my limited tests with Windows servers (iirc Windows 2008r2), it
didn't use name compression in DNS TKEY/TSIG recorsds.

Thanks for you help!

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