Windows clients updating bind
If you are operating on Microsoft Windows 2003, you will need to install the Microsoft "Support Tools".
At this point it is time to bring up the AD Domain Controller.In the global options block of the file, you will need to add the It was during the next part of the configuration, that we experienced difficulty in getting our configuration to work.Since we are configuring secure dynamic updates on two zone(s), example.com, and 168.192.in-addr.arpa, we first needed to remove the directive is what should be used to configure zones to support secure dynamic updates.The purpose of this article demonstrate how to get GSS-TSIG or secure dynamic updates working using ISC Bind DNS on a *NIX server.After several hours of trying to get this to work, perhaps this article would have been better named "GSS-TSIG on ISC Bind -- The Missing Manual".GSS API calls for the use of Kerberos for authentication, integrity and confidentiality by establishing a limited lifetime security context.
Once the security context is established, special TKEY resource records are used to securely exchange key material between the DNS Server and DNS Client.
Ensure that the following RPM dependencies openssl-devel, gcc, make, perl, krb5-workstation, and krb5-devel.
This can be done using the You will note that we did not specify libgssapi* modules.
Copy each keytab file to a temporary directory on the corresponding instance or Linux host, e.g. The first step is to ensure that the krb5-workstation utilities are properly installed, and that the location of the utilities are in your current PATH environment variable.
In our case, we added /usr/kerberos/bin to our default path.
Run the command above should be executed for as many Bind DNS server instances you plan to operate.