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  1. #1
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    Samba4/bind9/dhcp

    Hi,


    I don't get my head around it.


    I can get bind9 and dhcp to work, so that dhcp updates the dns.
    Also the combination samba4 and bind with dlz is working.


    But as soon I try to join samba4 to the one or dhcp to the other I get ERRORs.


    The HowTO SAMBA4 doesnt give me anything for this problem.


    It would be great if someone can give me a hint or a workaround.


    Also, I tried to split these services (dhcp/bind - samba4) on two machines, so that samba4 has his own domain and internal dns and forwarding each other, didn't work out.


    Please Help

    Cheers
    nappullus

  2. #2
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    Re: Samba4/bind9/dhcp

    What version of Ubuntu?

    It might help of you described what you want to do. I always use Samba, and I have never needed to use Bind, and I have a mix of DHCP and static IP systems.

  3. #3
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    Re: Samba4/bind9/dhcp

    Thanks for so quick reply gordintoronto.


    I am using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS server.

    I like to achieve a functional Samba4 AD with mixed windows and linux machines.

    e.g:
    realm: example.org
    domain: EXAMPLE


    Also, I need a DHCP server, which should update the DNS entries in Samba internal DNS or in BIND for all the clients, who don't join the Domain.

    I guess I found out what the problem is. Samba and DHCP try to update one zone (example.org) and that's giving me ERRORs.
    So, now the question is, what if I create one zone for samba and one for dhcp. Is it possible that each can comunicate to the other?

    Or any other solution?

    Thanks for help
    nappullus

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    Re: Samba4/bind9/dhcp

    Sorry, I can't help with Server. Desktop is slower and needs more memory, but it can do everything Server can do -- and it's much. much easier to manage.

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