Samba 4 DDNS issues with Samba 3 clients
neclimdul at gmail.com
Wed Aug 31 11:42:20 MDT 2011
Well I mostly assumed the dns krb5 stuff to be setup corretly since windows
was working and everything else about the domain seemed to work. Closer
inspection of the wireshark of the samba dns registration shows its not
attaching the GSSAPI token so there may be a configuration issue with that.
I hate to ask without posting my full smb.conf but does anyone have any
pointers on a configuration option I might have missed or sections of code I
might look at?
On Aug 30, 2011 5:50 PM, "Trever L. Adams" <trever.adams at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 08/30/2011 11:41 AM, James Gilliland wrote:
>> I've recently been playing with a samba 4 domain controller and I'm
>> some issues with the Dynamic DNS registration. I have got a windows XP
>> box and it registers just fine but my linux boxes running samba 3.
>> seem able to. From what i can tell looking at the bind logs, the windows
>> sends and update, which fails, then deletes and adds the FQDN. The samba
>> boxes though just send the update with some prerequisites that fail and
>> send another update this time with the actual IP and FQDN which again
>> and it drops out.
> The 3.5 is a problem in the older 3.5 code base. The fact it doesn't
> work with 3.6 (based on what I have read, but not yet tried, sorry
> Andrew Bartlett... I haven't yet had the time to get F16 Alpha installed
> to play around since the install disks don't work for me) is likely due
> to some improper setup of your DNS and the Kerberos/S4 side.
> Or, on second read, it sounds like Samba 3. isn't doing the deletes
> on failure that Windows does.
> "In protocol design, perfection has been reached not when there is
> nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away." --
> RFC1925: The Twelve Networking Truths
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