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[Samba] multiple file server




Hi

office DC (dc-office.example.com)
    files share user office

fillial 1 DC(dc-fillial1.example.com)
    files share users fillial 1

fillial 2 DC(dc-fillial2.example.com)
    files share users fillial 2

fillial 3 DC(dc-fillial3.example.com)
    files share users fillial 3

setting DNS: fs.example.com

192.168.0.1 A dc-office.example.com
192.168.0.1 A fs.example.com
192.168.1.1 A dc-fillial1.example.com
192.168.1.1 A fs.example.com
192.168.2.1 A dc-fillial2.example.com
192.168.2.1 A fs.example.com
192.168.3.1 A dc-fillial3.example.com
192.168.3.1 A fs.example.com

for correctly rezolv on the side of BIND is configured
        sortlist {
        { 192.168.0/24; { 192.168.0/24; }; };
        { 192.168.1/24; { 192.168.1/24; }; };
        { 192.168.2/24; { 192.168.2/24; }; };
        { 192.168.3/24; { 192.168.3/24; }; };};

if open \\fs.example.com in office nerwork -> \\dc-office.example.com
if open \\fs.example.com in fillial 1 nerwork -> \\dc-fillial1.example.com
if open \\fs.example.com in fillial 2 nerwork -> \\dc-fillial2.example.com
if open \\fs.example.com in fillial 3 nerwork -> \\dc-fillial3.example.com

But I cannot access files through the DNS name fs.example.com, how can I get around this limitation? At the moment, after joining the domain, I add netbios aliases = fs fs.example.com to smb.conf on each server, and after that I get access
but as I understand it, this is not recommended.

On windows fileserver this is solved by the parameter
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ System \ CurrentControlSet \ Services \ LanmanServer \ Parameters \ DisableStrictNameChecking [REG_DWORD # 32] = [0 (disabled) (default) | 1 (enabled)]



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