[Samba] DNS IPv6 Question
uli at schinz.de
Thu Feb 28 05:16:15 MST 2013
Domaincontroller name: risky.home.schinz.de
dig dig @risky -tANY risky.home.schinz.de.
;; ANSWER SECTION:
risky.home.schinz.de. 900 IN A 10.0.180.254
risky.home.schinz.de. 900 IN AAAA ::1
I have a strange behavior in my network. It's only concerning DNS, but
maybe someone can help me.
If a do a ssh on risky from another machine (exact command: ssh
root at risky, having domain/search set in resolv.conf) results in a
loginattempt on localhost. But "host risky" returns 10.0.180.254.
First workaround was to update my /etc/hosts... But it's not a valid
solution in my opinion. So I researched a little and used dig for that.
There I found the above entry in DNS.
I'm not familiar with ipv6, but I think that ::1 is a shorthand for ipv6
version of 127.0.0.1, i.e. localhost. So I concluded, that my ssh
connect attempt returns a ipv6 entry, which points to localhost....
So now i tried to update/remove that ipv6 entry, but I always get the
error: ERROR: Record does not exist
I tried these:
samba-tool dns delete risky.home.schinz.de home.schinz.de risky AAAA
samba-tool dns delete risky.home.schinz.de home.schinz.de
risky.home.schinz.de. AAAA 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1 -UAdministrator
samba-tool dns delete risky.home.schinz.de home.schinz.de risky AAAA ::1
same procedure with samba-tool dns update ....
How must be the syntax to get rid of this ipv6-dnsrecord or to get it
updated to the right adress of eth0?
Another question is: Is this a good idea? I hope AD does not need this
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