nils at eircom.net
Mon Apr 19 19:37:20 IST 2004
Wasn't really the answer i was looking for.
How can i put it,If given the choice would it be wise to put a dns
server on windows with all the alternatives.
On Mon, 2004-04-19 at 18:12, Paul Jakma wrote:
> On Mon, 19 Apr 2004, Conor Wynne wrote:
> > registration of dns records
> > _ldap._tcp.blahblah.domains._msdcs.thebeast.sme.dell.net 600 IN SRV 0 100
> > 389 blah blah failed, operation refused.
> > I assume this is the MS-AD part of dns implementation, AD works anyway,
> > but I wouldn't mind a solution if anyone knows one.
> 1. Configure your Linux DNS master to accept updates from the AD
> servers (wont quite work though for client DNS updates - unless you
> allow those too)
> 2. Create those records manually (LDAP and Kerberos (can) use SRV
> records to locate servers, AD == LDAP+Kerberos).
> 3. Delegate the AD domain to AD DNS servers
> corrollary to 3: you can still have the linux server as slave, but
> see 1, it will still have clients trying to send updates.
> > Conor Wynne
> > Dublin
> > Irlande.
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