[Samba] samba dlz. bind9 nslookup is wrong
alabard at gmail.com
Mon Aug 5 13:01:38 UTC 2019
I FOUND SOMETHING:
root at server:/# arp
Address HWtype HWaddress Flags Mask
192.168.78.21 ether e0:d5:5e:da:9c:3b C
192.168.78.90 ether 8c:eb:c6:53:19:00 C
192.168.81.1 ether 62:38:e0:10:a7:eb C
192.168.78.40 ether b4:6b:fc:95:39:54 C
192.168.81.243 ether b4:6b:fc:95:39:54 C
192.168.78.1 ether 62:38:e0:bd:7a:68 C
WHAT IS IT MEAN INCOMPLETE ARP? THIS MUST BE THE ISSUE!
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On Mon, Aug 5, 2019 at 2:44 PM Patrik <alabard at gmail.com> wrote:
> what is weird is that i have not changed it for about 2 years, only apt
> update, upgrade. no other change, ipv4 and ipv6 address working correctly.
> now there is this bug, that i have not changed anything and suddenly, DLZ
> generates an unknown not connected , working, live ip4 and ip6.
> and all because it tried an nslookup p3x-dc.patrikx3.com that was the
> correct for over 2 years.
> the only thing that is good, that it rotates the ip addresses so it works,
> but it is annoying. but i give up i spent 2 days looking for thinks that
> were working correct.
> this 192.168.81.120 (unknown) was always my server ip (192.168.78.20 and
> 192.168.81.20 and the ipv6 as well)
> to me it looks fishy, i wait for bullseye ( i am only on testing repo, but
> until many packages are not upgraded to bullseye, i sticked with buster for
> *THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE INFORMATION AND THE HELP GUYS, YOU ARE THE
> BEST!!! REALLY!*
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> On Mon, Aug 5, 2019 at 2:37 PM Rowland penny via samba <
> samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
>> On 05/08/2019 13:27, L.P.H. van Belle via samba wrote:
>> > I suggest, read :
>> > Alsmost anything is in the samba wiki, execpt the debian install.
>> Yes, the problem is that the Samba dns wikipages were written from the
>> Centos point of view and they need to have Debian info added.
>> > I suggest, start fresh, and follow above config. EXACLY, why because i
>> know that works.
>> > Then when thats done, test it, and only then, your ready to add new
>> > After you added one domain, then you can make changes so you can setup
>> views for bind.
>> I totally agree with starting anew with the AD dns, but I still think
>> that the DCs should only hold the AD dns info and forward anything else
>> to another DC.
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