[Samba] Workstation member server dhcp changing ip
rowlandpenny241155 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 15 19:12:57 UTC 2015
On 15/11/15 19:02, Lee Brown wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 15, 2015 at 10:29 AM, Rowland Penny
> <rowlandpenny241155 at gmail.com <mailto:rowlandpenny241155 at gmail.com>>
> On 15/11/15 18:17, Lee Brown wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a working Samba 4.2.4 AD domain on FreeBSD 10.1-releng
> (DC's) and
> 10.2-stable (workstation). Internal DNS.
> I just joined my workstation to the domain and all is great,
> but when I
> reboot and if my IP changes, how is Samba going to update the
> DNS record?
> At this stage should I be looking at using BIND instead and
> having my DHCP
> server update that. I suppose I need to setup the DNS
> replication myself
> from what ever DNS is being updated by DHCP to all the other DC's?
> Thanks -- lee
> Hi, rather than having to type it all again, see this post I made
> earlier :-) :
> Thanks Rowland, that's exactly what I need to get started.
> The only thing unclear to me is what happens with additional DC's. Do
> I just set them up with BIND also and zone transfer from the DC whose
> DHCP -> DNS is being updated, or does samba automagically distribute
> that information by some other mechanism and I can leave the new DC's
> using the internal DNS?
> Again, thanks -- lee
I use Bind on all DCs, never really had a problem with it. This means I
don't know if you can use the internal dns on any other DCs, but I doubt
it. Having said that, replication does replicate the dns records to any
I just use DHCP on the first DC, I have tried to get failover working,
but it fails for me :-D
Any questions, just ask.
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