BIND, Active Directory, DDNS, with no Microsoft DNS
kathyk at blarg.net
Fri Dec 27 18:35:01 UTC 2002
> Take a look at Cricket Liu's latest book (DNS & BIND Cookbook) .
> There are recipes in there describing how to do this. Your windows
> admin is probably thinking of setting up the _udp, _tcp, _mcdcs and
> _sites sub-domains under exampleCompany.com.
Thanks for the reply, Rob. I have been looking at that book and I
have those subdomains already defined. I was mostly curious if anyone
has been allowing the Win2000 clients to update via DDNS to a BIND
server instead of to an AD server with DNS (inside of a subdomain).
This to try and avoid using DNS on the Microsoft side and just stick
> By the way, you don't lose TSIG. MS DNS does not support TSIG.
> Dynamic updates under windows use GSSTSIG, which is a different beast.
> You are probably right, BIND will probably support GSSTSIG at some
> point. There are, however, known standard definition problems between
> the two windows implementations of GSSTSIG.
Oops, I was afraid I was mixing up TSIG with GSSTSIG. Thanks for
setting me straight there. :-)
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