Chan Min Wai
dcmwai at gmail.com
Tue Mar 25 07:34:52 MDT 2014
Meaning that you have a dns issue...
Which DNS module do you use?
Internal or bind?
Anyway use your RAT from windows.
Open DNS Administrator
Check on the NS (name server) on your Domain Reals
Check if only the DC1 is register as the NS and not DC2
And add them in if it is missing...
You will also need to check other zones like _msdc.* and etc
I found this problem recently when a win2k8 join my DC..
On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 8:20 PM, Sandbox <sandboxheh at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Chan,
> The 2 servers are AD DC's, the replication is fine between them,
> everythings perfect except this fialover problem :)
> 2014-03-25 12:53 GMT+01:00 Chan Min Wai <dcmwai at gmail.com>:
> Dear Sandbox,
>> Can help to lay out your design?
>> Is that 2 x AD DC?
>> Or that is the DC member?
>> Is the 2 AD DC replicated successfully?
>> Thank You
>> Chan Min Wai
>> > Sandbox <sandboxheh at gmail.com> 於 25/03/2014 5:00 PTG 寫道：
>> > Hai,
>> > Samba 4.1.5
>> > I have an old problem with my failover IP/name which is
>> > 10.48.16.155/domaincha.
>> > The 2 servers IP address and DNS names are 10.48.16.150/domainc01 and
>> > 10.48.16.151/domainc02.
>> > Domaincha always points to the "active" server so when any of the
>> > dies my users couldn't see anything, and also i can set up home
>> > to point the failover address instead of 1 server.
>> > If i would like to use this name works perfectly from windows XP
>> > Windows 7 clients could list all of the shares but couldn't open them.
>> > If i'm using the IP address instead of DNS name works perfectly.
>> > I added domaincha SRV records to my DNS which didn't work (do i need to
>> > delete those records or can i use like this?).
>> > So do you have any idead which DNS record or any other settings need to
>> > up so my windows 7 clients work via DNS name?
>> > Thanks, Robert
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