[Samba] Samba as PDC and BDC on the same network.
John H Terpstra
jht at samba.org
Wed Mar 2 15:37:25 GMT 2005
On Wednesday 02 March 2005 09:10, Clement DIEBOLD wrote:
> Mccrory, Kevin B a écrit :
> >This is the way it should be working. The BDC handles authentication
> >requests for the domain unless it becomes overloaded at which time the PDC
> >steps in to take over.
> >Refer to Chapter 4 section 4.2 of the Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference
> >Guide that explains Domain Control.
> >Kevin B. McCrory
> >Network Engineer - COPS
> >US Government Solutions
> >13600 EDS Drive
> >Mail stop: A4S-B21
> >Herndon, VA 20171
> >* phone: +01-703-733-3255
> >* mailto:kevin.mccrory at eds.com
> >* AKO mailto:kevin.mccrory at us.army.mil
> In fact, the two servers are running : the PDC make the authentification
> and the BDC make nothing.
> I shut down the samba PDC, then the BDC make authentification. When the
> PDC comes back the authentification still made on the BDC.
> Then if i shut down the BDC, the PDC remake the authentification, but if
> I restart the samba on BDC, BDC make authentification.
> Strange, is'nt it??
No, I am glad to see that you find Samba domain control works as it should. It
would be strange if it behaved differently.
- John T.
> Clément DIEBOLD
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