Active Directory Support
public at seajay.com
Mon Jan 5 18:04:36 UTC 2004
>Isn't the most obvious design applicable ? Placing ad in a sub-domain
>and having wintendo nameservers servicing that subdomain ?
Well, yes, that design will work, but all of my Windows servers will =
have the subdomain prepended to the root domain when all of the rest of =
the servers will have none, or another subdomain. It would be best =
organizationally to have a single, root domain (domain.com) to which all =
servers belong to. I guess a more specific question would be if Windows =
AD can run with BIND9 (with DDNS enabled) instead of with Windows DNS. =
I can address the workstation issue by making them register all with a =
subdomain keeping them out of my root domain.
Christopher P. Jenkins, Senior Consultant
E: chris.jenkins at concordantinc.com
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Subject: Re: Active Directory Support
User, Public <public at seajay.com> wrote:
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> I am looking to consolidate DNS to a single platform for all systems =
> our network. Currently BIND8 is being used for all name resolution. =
> will be adding a large Active Directory environment, and am looking =
> the best way to implement DNS. What we do not want is all WinXP/2000
> workstations DNS entries to show up in the BIND files, but want the AD
> and Windows DNS to synchronize, but not completely. I am envisioning
> having DNS on Windows handle the AD servers and workstations, and the
> BIND8 servers to handle everything else. I would like to have all
> entries in BIND8 synced to AD DNS, but not the other way. My =
> are as follows:
> Can I currently do this with BIND8? Need to implement BIND9?
> Can I have BIND9 be the primary AD DNS supporting DDNS? Does this =
> to support GSS-TSIG updates?
> What are the possibilities of having BIND8 be primary to Windows DNS
> servers, and keep our administration in BIND8 rather than move over to
> Windows DNS for central DNS administration?
> I know this may pose more questions for Microsoft DNS folks, but I =
> to get the capabilities of BIND to see if it will be possible to
> maintain BIND as the central DNS service for the whole environment.
> Christopher P. Jenkins, Senior Consultant
> Concordant, Inc.
> P: 508-820-3080
> F: 508-820-4367
> C: 508-241-7415
> E: chris.jenkins at concordantinc.com
Isn't the most obvious design applicable ? Placing ad in a sub-domain
and having wintendo nameservers servicing that subdomain ?
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Peter H=E5kanson =20
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