[Samba] samba dns

Sonic sonicsmith at gmail.com
Wed Apr 6 20:58:36 UTC 2016

Would prefer to continue to use my NSD/Unbound installs for most DNS
(if not all) services. NSD is the authoritative server for the domain,
and Unbound is the cache/resolver that the clients connect to. I'd
like to not disturb this setup but I'll need the SRV records so that
AD works. If the SRV records are fixed I suppose I could host them
using NSD, then Samba wouldn't have to be authoritative for any
records - just forward to the Unbound cache. I don't need hosts
registering themselves in DNS, the only hosts that need to be in DNS
are those doing server duties and already have A records (the DHCP
server relies on them for lease reservations).

On Wed, Apr 6, 2016 at 4:23 PM, Rowland penny <rpenny at samba.org> wrote:
> On 06/04/16 21:15, Sonic wrote:
>> Can the Samba internal DNS be set as authoritative only (not a resolver)?
>> Can the Samba DNS server be set as authoritative only for the SRV
>> zones (_tcp, _udp _msdcs, _sites) and not the parent zone?
>> Thanks,
>> Chris
> Can you explain what you are trying to do
> Rowland
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