[Samba] samba dlz. bind9 nslookup is wrong
alabard at gmail.com
Mon Aug 5 11:31:19 UTC 2019
ok, but it all works, i am on my windows laptops, workstations, besides i
can login via linux via the AD DC, what is a problematic is that i get 2 ip
address which no one call tell me why i get this ip address.
that is my issue. i know i work a bit noob, but as long as works it is
good, just this werid dns problem is that i cannot fix.
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On Mon, Aug 5, 2019 at 1:25 PM Rowland penny via samba <
samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
> On 05/08/2019 11:54, Patrik wrote:
> > my problem is that this is a simple config, i have 2 subnets on 1
> > server (business ISP with static ip / home for downloading and
> > dynamic ip)
> > *_
> > _*
> No, your problem is that you do not understand AD DNS ;-)
> Your Samba AD DC is authoritative for the AD dns domain and should only
> know about the AD domain, it should forward anything outside the AD dns
> domain to another dns server.
> From reading your output from Louis's script, it is clear that you are
> trying to use a Samba AD DC as if it was a standalone server, this will
> never work. Samba doesn't recommend using an AD DC as a fileserver, but
> if you do, you must follow a few rules:
> You must set all permissions from Windows, you cannot use things like
> 'force user' etc
> You must use winbind for authentication, this means that the
> libnss-winbind links must be set up.
> There are others, see here:
> You will probably be better off setting up a Unix domain member and
> using this as the fileserver.
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