[Samba] Removing IP address from DC
L.P.H. van Belle
belle at bazuin.nl
Thu Apr 30 11:44:30 UTC 2020
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> Van: samba [mailto:samba-bounces at lists.samba.org] Namens
> William Edwards via samba
> Verzonden: donderdag 30 april 2020 11:42
> Aan: samba at lists.samba.org
> Onderwerp: Re: [Samba] Removing IP address from DC
> > No, you are thinking in the wrong direction, there is absolutely no
> > reason to use IPv6 internally. IPv6 only came about because of the
> > shortage of IPv4 addresses for global internet addresses,
> you can and
> > should use IPv4 addresses internally.
> I wholeheartedly disagree. The next generation of network
> engineers should be completely IPv6-focused to increase IPv6
> adoption rates on the internet. Using IPv4 internally will
> only steer them in the direction of using IPv4 on the
> internet as well, as the protocols require different levels
> of knowledge.
> > However, it is your network and
> > you can decide to not use best practise.
> I think a product that requires use of IPv4 as best practice
> should reconsider its recommended configuration methods and
> philosophy. IPv6 is the future. Users should be steered
> towards using future-proof internet protocols, even if there
> is no absolute necessity to use them internally; increasing
> its adoption rates in any network will improve adoption rates.
> Anyway, I highly doubt this mailing list is the right place
> to discuss this. My question was answered in your first
> reply, for which I would like to thank you.
Correct, but this IS a good point.
And, i think i understand where this is coming from. ( helps that im dutch also ).
Dutch Internet provider Ziggo is deploying routers that have only IPv6 configured for the lan segements.
and IPv6 routings are more inteligent then IPv4..
I suggest, configure the AD-DC for both IPv4 and IPv6.
@Rowland, its something we really should think about.
Maybe i'll do a setup also with only IPv6 configured.
I'll think about it. (since its more work and im behind...)
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