[Samba] DNS realm -> external Webserver

Bob Miller bob at computerisms.ca
Thu Oct 31 10:20:58 MDT 2013


This is how I dealt with that:

-configure apache on your DC to redirect domain.tld to www.domain.tld
-configure DNS on your lan so that www.domain.tld points to your
external server
-configure serveralias on your external web server so the site answers
to www.domain.tld

Bob Miller      
867-334-7117 / 867-633-3760

On Thu, 2013-10-31 at 14:34 +0000, Chris Roberts wrote:
> On 2013-10-31 10:55, spamvoll at googlemail.com wrote:
> > I cant access my Webpage from the local network.
> > 
> > Ive setup Samba like this
> > --realm=example.com
> > --domain=EXAMPLE
> > 
> > Everything is working but I cant surf to (www.)example.com.
> > Does anyone know how I configure the internal DNS to resolv that to my
> > external webserver ?
> So the issue here is that you've used your real-world domain for your 
> AD realm? I think most people make up an internal-only domain for this 
> purpose, e.g. example.lan.
> Is it too late to change that to something else? Otherwise I guess the 
> answer is to add your website into your Samba internal DNS, which 
> hopefully someone can advise on.
> I would guess using samba-tool dns add command.
> -- 
> Chris Roberts

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