[Samba] DNS PTR update fails if IP is reused by another client
spindles7 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 11 11:47:30 UTC 2021
I have re-installed Windows 10 on one of my domain client machines, and it has received the same IP address as before. I renamed the machine and joined it to the domain. But I am now getting log messages like this:
Dec 11 09:42:32 rpi3-dc named: samba_dlz: disallowing update of signer=LION\$\@MICROLYNX.ORG name=126.96.36.199.in-addr.arpa type=PTR error=insufficient access rights
Searching the web for clues I found this web page:
which seems the same problem I am experiencing. So could tombstone records be causing this? If so is there a workaround?
I have checked the permissions on the reverse zone and Authenticated Users has rights to create child objects. I added Domain Computers as well to make sure (as I believe Domain Computers are members of Authenticate Users) but that did not resolve the issue.
The DC is running samba version 4.15.2 on Debian Bullseye with bind_dlz dns backend. Bind9 is version 9.16.22-Debian
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