Re: [Samba] SRV records.
- Date: Sun, 19 May 2019 01:53:58 +0100
- From: "A.James Lewis via samba" <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Samba] SRV records.
I think you are missing the point... the windows sysadmins have set up
sites, but they are blaming slow logins on Samba not correctly
interpreting the site and trying to contact a remote DC in a different
site... so I need to know how the DC communicates the site information
to the client.
Is it just a modified DNS server that tries to give a set of local DC's
in the DNS SRV query, or is it doing something else?
If it's just modified DNS then I can snoop the network traffic and show
conclusively if it's working or not.
On 18/05/2019 23:15, Rowland penny via samba wrote:
> On 18/05/2019 22:43, A. James Lewis via samba wrote:
>> I'm sure the Windows admins have set up the "Sites" as required... but
>> when trying to resolve issues with logon, the Windows admins are
>> assuming that Samba doesn't support "sites" and blaming that for the
>> issue... so, I'm hoping someone will tell me how the client determines
>> the correct site, and the AD controllers in that site, and ultimately if
>> Samba/Winbind should support it. Obviously also anything we might be
>> doing which would cause it not to work.
> Unless you have asked them to set up sites, all your domain computers
> will be in the 'Default-First-Site-Name' site. A 'site' will need to
> be created and then all your computers moved into this site. Samba
> does support sites and it works the same way as on Windows, so just
> tell your Windows sysadmins to forget the Linux bit and set AD as if
> they were all Windows computers.
> Depending on what version your Windows DC's are, it might just be
> easier to join a Samba DC to the domain and do it yourself.
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