[Samba] specify alternative port for samba internal dns server
cohen.ben at gmail.com
Thu Feb 26 17:14:28 MST 2015
My goal is for the samba dns server to be authoritative for 'ad.mydomain.com'
but not for mydomain.com. The dns server that the clients in my domain use
is statically configured to resolve all requests for ad.mydomain.com via
the samba internal dns -- I believe this is exactly what is required for
samba to function ... Is this incorrect somehow?
A whole bunch of other samba services can listen on other than the default
service port through configuration options ... Why should the dns service
uniquely deserve an all-caps *NO* with regard to this configurability?
On Thu, Feb 26, 2015 at 2:39 PM, Rowland Penny <rowlandpenny at googlemail.com>
> On 26/02/15 22:15, Ben Cohen wrote:
>> I asked this question on serverfault
>> I would like to be able to configure the internal samba dns server to
>> listen on a port other than 53 so I can easily interoperate the samba
>> internal dns with another dns server on the same host.
>> Many other samba services have configuration to change the default port --
>> the dns server should as well.
> Just like you where told on the link you provided *NO*
> The kerberos server built into samba4 relies on dns, so the dns server
> needs to be authorative for the dns domain, anything else it forwards to
> another dns server outside the domain.
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