[Samba] Configuration of a Bind slave server

Daniel Carrasco Marín danielmadrid19 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 17 23:41:18 UTC 2015

I see, thanks for the info ;)

Maybe one day will work, but for now is not a problem for me becase the
Samba server is on a private network separated from users and WAN, and the
slave server which is the "gateway", allow to block the domain transfers.

Maybe my problem was the pfSense server and paths, because i've used the
full path for the bind db file and now i see that did not work... Is
strange because if i use the relative path works (and the folder is the
same). Anyway, this is offtopic ;P


2015-11-17 22:49 GMT+01:00 Marc Muehlfeld <mmuehlfeld at samba.org>:

> Hello Daniel,
> Am 17.11.2015 um 21:13 schrieb Daniel Carrasco Marín:
> > Is like magic, after a lot of tests without results and just now the file
> > is finally created and works as expected... Maybe it need more time.
> > Sorry for ask here, but I've asked because in this server bind is only a
> > bridge between the Samba 4 and the other server and then i did not know
> if
> > maybe i did something wrong or samba need any special configuration. Now
> i
> > see how works and i know that the question is about bind only.
> Zone transfer control outside directory replication is currently not
> implemented. This means, whatever you setup in AD DNS via MMC; this
> setting is not respected and you will get an error if you try to change it.
> BIND9_DLZ currently allows zone transfers and you can't disable it. On
> the other hand, the internal DNS doesn't and you can't enable it.
> The last discussion about that was, that at least both should act the
> same way and disable zone transfers for BIND9_DLZ, too. Until yet, no
> one submitted a patch, but if you setup something that relies on that
> behaviour, you maybe get a surprise one day after updating. :-) For more
> about that discussion, see
> https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9634
> Regards,
> Marc

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