[Samba] BIND9_DLZ and Reverse Lookups
doug.meredith at skyridge.com
Fri Feb 7 12:22:13 MST 2014
I have encountered this same issue with Samba 4.1.4/BIND and Samba
4.1.3/internal. I've tried the DNS tool from both Windows 7 and Windows
8.1. I don't have a solution for you, but I wanted you to know that you
aren't alone. :)
On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 9:18 PM, David Kirk <davidrkirk at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok. I'm stumped, so I'm finally going to ask for help.
> I'm testing a brand new setup of Samba4 as an AD DC with Bind9 for DNS.
> The problem I'm having is when I create a new A record using the Windows
> DNS tools. I tick the box to create a corresponding PTR record, but it
> never does.
> I've created the reverse zone. I've tried using the Windows DNS tools to
> create it, and I've also tried samba-tool to create it. Either way, it
> gets created, but no records go in there when I create my A records.
> What I want to end up with is a system where servers have static IP
> addresses. I manually add an A record for them and the PTR should be
> created automatically. Clients should get their IP address from DHCP and
> an A record and PTR record should automatically get created.
> I'm installing on Centos 6.5 with Samba Version 4.1.4-SerNet-RedHat-7.el6.
> Bind is bind-9.8.2-0.17.rc1.el6.6.x86_64.
> I've had 3 attempts to get this working. The first one, I installed samba
> from git. Bind was from Centos. For attempt 2 I did the same, but found
> some instructions to install Bind from SRPM and update the spec file to use
> the gssapi and dlopen options. Then I compiled and installed. The final
> attempt was using the sernet package listed above and the Bind RPM from the
> previous server instance.
> I've followed the instructions on the Samba wiki very carefully. The only
> thing I haven't tried yet is to build Bind from source from isc.org.
> Does anyone else have this working? Is it achievable?
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