Serving as a PDC for multiple domains

David Krovich dkrovich at
Sun Jul 11 20:19:59 GMT 1999

	To do this, you need to compile to separate copies of Samba, and 
then bind each copy to it's own interface, correct?

David Krovich
West Virginia University
Manager/Information Systems
Computer Science & Electrical Engineering

On Mon, 12 Jul 1999, Matthew Keller wrote:

> Viraj Alankar wrote:
> >
> > Hello,
> >
> >         I would like to know if there is anyone using PDC samba to serve
> > multiple domains. We are thinking about setting up multiple IP addresses
> > on our network interface, each having their own samba bind to it, and each
> > serve a different domain. Is this plausible and is there anyone using this
> > method? Any other suggestions appreciated. Thanks.
> 	I've been fiddling with this to serve our two current domains
> ('Academic' and 'Admin') while we migrate to a single-domain system. It
> works pretty good- Just make sure you have separate 'private'
> directories, otherwise machine SID's and whatnot get clobbered and
> things turn bad... It still doesn't work quite right, but it is doable. 
> 	Two IP addresses is a must, IMHO. I had it sorta working with only one,
> but some clients wouldn't recognize the server as a DC... Two IPs took
> care of that.
> -- 
>           - Matthew Keller -
>        Lead Programmer/Analyst
>   Distributed Computing and Telemedia
> State University of New York at Potsdam
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