alcol at hotmail.com
Wed May 17 21:28:53 UTC 2017
If u 've as forwarder the dns master for such zones (meaning that dns know how to resolve)
--------> check acl inside conf
--------> check authoritative (master dns) logs and if not implemented , put some log channels inside conf to check
From: bind-users <bind-users-bounces at lists.isc.org> on behalf of Elias Pereira <empbilly at gmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 10:44 PM
To: bind-users at lists.isc.org
Subject: DNS forwarding
Our scenario today consists of one:
- DNS Server (Authoritative to our subdomains. Ex: www.mydomain.com<http://www.mydomain.com>*, moodle.mydomain.com<http://moodle.mydomain.com>, etc)
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- samba3 PDC server
- Openldap server (user base for samba)
All our IPs are public.
This scenario above works like a charm!! :D
Now, I'm implementing a new samba4 AD server.
In order for me to be able to put users in the AD domain, I need to configure the samba4 AD IP as primary dns on the computers. In the bind installed on samba4 AD I configured the "forwarder" variable with the IP of our DNS server.
The problem is that from this computer, if I need to access an internal subdomain, for example our webserver*, I can not access. Gives resolution error. For any other site, for example, google.com<http://google.com>, I can access.
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I'm not finding the problem. Any idea?
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