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From: Michael Wood on 18 May 2010 11:10
2010/5/18 Viatte Frédéric <Frederic.Viatte(a)rpn.ch>:
> I do not understand, I will have a hostname and NetBIOS name different?
> -- Domain = SAMBA
> it'll be my name NETBIOS, and
> -- Realm = TPI.DOMAINE.CH-SERVER
> will my machine name + my domain?
Let's say you have a web server called www.domaine.ch and a mail
server called mail.domaine.ch etc. and then you have a server called
serveur.tpi.domaine.ch and some workstations called
ws1.tpi.domaine.ch, wp2.tpi.domaine.ch etc., then I would do this:
setup/provision --realm=TPI.DOMAINE.CH --domain=TPI
--adminpass=xxxxxxxx --server-role='domain controller'
so your server name is not specified when you run provision.
Then you will have a DNS zone file for tpi.domaine.ch and it will
contain A records for:
serveur IN A 192.168.1.100
ws1 IN A 192.168.1.200
ws2 IN A 192.168.1.201
The zone for domaine.ch would have A records for www and mail and MX
records etc. You might also have NS records pointing at
serveur.tpi.domaine.ch for the tpi subdomain:
@ IN MX 10 mail
www IN A aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd
mail IN A aaa.bbb.ccc.eee
tpi IN NS serveur.tpi.domaine.ch.
but this zone might be hosted by a completely different name server.
Then the workstations should use 192.168.1.100 as their primary DNS server.
Michael Wood <esiotrot(a)gmail.com>
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