[Samba] RE : RE : RE : RE : RE : Domain not found in Samba 4 AD
Frederic.Viatte at rpn.ch
Tue May 11 23:21:39 MDT 2010
The name of my machine is "Server.Samba", why put "Server.server.Samba? When I do a "ping-a 192.168.1.220" from my Windows machine, I get: Response Client.server.Samba, as if my domain was called "Server.Samba.
In my file "host" which I also have two n'on nothing to make me think:
192.168.1.100 Server Server
192.168.1.100 server server
De : Michael Wood [esiotrot at gmail.com]
Date d'envoi : mardi 11 mai 2010 21:18
À : Viatte Frédéric
Cc : Andrew Bartlett; samba at lists.samba.org
Objet : Re: RE : [Samba] RE : RE : RE : Domain not found in Samba 4 AD
2010/5/11 Viatte Frédéric <Frederic.Viatte at rpn.ch>:
> So I reinstalled my server, starting with the alpha 12, but its changes nothing!
> I did an analysis that the analyzer, here the information I have chosen: (I send you a picture)
I meant that you should run wireshark on the Windows machine in case
some of the traffic is not getting to the Linux machine at all, but
"no such name" DNS responses also indicate that there might be a
problem with DNS.
Is the realm/domain "serveur.samba"? And is the server called
"serveur.serveur.samba"? If so, try fixing the DNS so that "nslookup
serveur.serveur.samba" work on the Windows machine and returns
I see there are also some "user unknown" messages before the DNS
messages, but I'm not sure what would have caused those.
> De : Michael Wood [esiotrot at gmail.com]
> 2010/5/11 Viatte Frédéric <Frederic.Viatte at rpn.ch>
>> I do not think my error comes from my version of Alpha, in the other person, it worked!
> I did not try alpha11. I got it to work with the version from git
> about a week ago. But I think it should also work with Alpha 11.
>> So I think my problem is elsewhere!
>> Person to another idea?
> Do you have any more information from wireshark about what is
> happening when you try to add the user?
Michael Wood <esiotrot at gmail.com>
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