[Samba] samba_dlz: add another A record for domain (@ record)
d.lesca at solinos.it
Sun Mar 13 18:43:02 UTC 2022
First of all, thank you Rowland for your detailed answers and spend
some time for reply to me.
Il giorno dom, 13/03/2022 alle 14.56 +0000, Rowland Penny via samba ha
> Try reading this:
> It explains the situation.
Ok, thanks I will do it as soon as possible, but now I want to clarify
a few things.
> Yes, but where was it pointing from ? Your AD DC's or your non AD dns
> server that appears to be using the same dns domain as your AD.
My AD DC server is also my DNS server of my network.
There is not a "not AD dns server", one server, 192.168.1.100, which
does both jobs: AD DC and DNS (and also DHCP)
$ host -tNS domain.loc
domain.loc name server s-addc.domain.loc.
$ host -tA s-addc.domain.loc
s-addc.domain.loc has address 192.168.1.100
Another server is the web server (192.168.1.20) and I want point to it
the record A named "domani.loc", without use other name like
"www.domain.loc" or "intanet.domain.loc"
> The '@' is the SOA
Ok, I was wrong, let's not call it @, let's call it "domain.loc"
$ host -tSOA domain.loc
domain.loc has SOA record s-addc.domain.loc. hostmaster.domain.loc. 25102 900 600 86400 3600
I want to change the A record of "domain.loc" value, as I have already
done in another network with a Microsoft AD DC.
> From my understanding of what you posted, you have at least one Samba
> AD DC (which should be the dns server for the AD ) and another dns
> server that is also using the same domain. If this is the case, you
> shouldn't be doing this.
there is no other dns, only a AD DC + DNS for my network.
> No, mainly because of two things, a Samba DC is setup to create any
> missing dns records and the '@' record should show each DC as being
> the dns domain master (it is known as multi-master).
Ok, leave aside @ I mean the A record of the "domain.loc", not the SOA
record, SOA recod point to my AD DC server and is correct.
> I suggest you turn off the non-AD dns server.
> No, it is Samba acting correctly.
Ok, that's all
Otherwise an Microsoft AD DC, with Samba AD DC it's not possible to
change the value for the domain A record ( "domain.loc" ) and point it
to another server.
But for this network, I should make "domain.loc" resolution point to
192.168.1.20, web server, rather than 192.168.1.100, AD DC server.
If I run
sudo samba-tool dns update s-addc.domain.loc domain.loc domain.loc A
Work, the resolver of "host domain.loc" return the new IP.
But after few minutes it return to point to 192.168.1.100, the AD DC
There is some other solution to do that?
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