[Samba] [Fwd: Re: Samba 4 more complete]

cosme at crearq.co.cu cosme at crearq.co.cu
Thu Apr 21 12:44:34 UTC 2016

Rowland, my language is Spanish but does not mean you do not understand
the English but not like you, my goal is not to belittle his work on the
contrary I like what you have echo and will continue doing. In the
specific message that I do not also has worked for me.
I assure you I have tried several times and using the manuals that come on
the wiki but I could not solve, maybe I misspoke.
You could tell me where to start or whether I mean the part because it
does not update the DNS via DHCP with the reverse zone.

My apologies to you and the team

---------------------------- Mensaje original ----------------------------
Asunto: Re: [Samba] Samba 4 more complete
De:     "Rowland penny" <rpenny at samba.org>
Fecha:  Jue, 21 de Abril de 2016, 8:04 am
Para:   samba at lists.samba.org

On 21/04/16 12:37, cosme at crearq.co.cu wrote:
> Hi team
> Samba4 want to suggest that to have a more complete performance would be
> good if the reverse zone default will be added and that the devices are
> connected by DHCP to update you forward and reverse DNS zone.

All this is hard to read, which I am putting down to English probably
not being your first language.

I think what you mean is, if you run Samba as an AD domain, it would be
a good idea to create a reverse zone and even better, use DHCP to update
your forward and reverse zones.
If this is correct, have you used an internet website for information
and if so, which website.

> At least to my not me I worked, even using the bind9 compiled with support
> for dlz.

I think this means you cannot get it to work.

> At least that part of me has failed me. Using Debian 8 samba4.4.2 and
> bind9 & isc-dhcp-server from the repository.

Well, it works for me, Devuan (debian 8 without systemd), Samba 4.4.2,
Bind9 & DHCP

> Regards
> Leonidch

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