The Samba-Bugzilla – Bug 7714
IPV6 doamin join is not happening in only ipv6 enabled domain controller
Last modified: 2011-05-26 05:36:05 UTC
i am trying to connect my samba enabled pc to 2008 server (only ipv6 enabled),but couldn;t not able to join.
i am getting the error unable to find the server.
Created attachment 5998 [details]
Logs of winbindd during the join with pure ipv6 ..
Created attachment 6467 [details]
"net ads join -d10 log" with Samba 3.5.8 running on Debian Lenny.
workgroup = W2K8R2AD1
security = ads
realm = W2K8R2AD1.LOCAL
disable netbios = yes
writeable = yes
browseable = no
DC address is successfully resolved: fe80::5487:ac90:117c:b49c.
(In reply to comment #2)
> Created attachment 6467 [details]
> Level.10 log
> "net ads join -d10 log" with Samba 3.5.8 running on Debian Lenny.
> smb.conf is:
> workgroup = W2K8R2AD1
> security = ads
> realm = W2K8R2AD1.LOCAL
> disable netbios = yes
> writeable = yes
> browseable = no
> /etc/resolv.conf is:
> search w2k8r2ad1.local
> nameserver fe80::5487:ac90:117c:b49c%eth0
> DC address is successfully resolved: fe80::5487:ac90:117c:b49c.
The problem is here is that you have link-local addresses in DNS. This will never work as link-local addresses are not globally unique and require an interface identifier which cannot be put into DNS. For this reason you should never put link-local addresses in DNS. This is not a bug.
Thanks David, closing bug as "invalid". If this still is an issue using globally unique IPv6 addresses, please reopen the bug.