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    jimmi4u is offline Starter Member
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    Question DNS configuration for zimbra in AD/DS behind a router/fw

    Hey!
    I have a problem! My network:
    ISP->Router: with 10.22.21.254, DNS:8.8.8.8
    ->Active directory windows server 2012 r2 / DC: office.domain.com, with 10.22.21.1, DHCP, DNS, IIS Server AND HYPER-V with two distros:
    -> UBNTU 12.04. with zimbra set up and running on mail.domain.com on 10.22.21.253; DNS over bind9 showing to 10.22.21.1:
    /var/cache/dv.domain.com:
    .... (NS Setting) ...
    mail.domain.com. IN A IP on what is my IP
    domain.com. IN A IP on what is my IP
    domain.com. IN MX 10 mail.domain.com.
    /etc/network/interfaces:
    auto lo
    iface lo inet loopback
    # The primary network interface
    auto eth0
    iface eth0 inet static
    address 10.22.21.4
    netmask 255.255.255.0
    network 10.22.21.0
    broadcast 10.22.21.255
    gateway 10.22.21.254

    -> another windows server 2012 with VPN/DA on vpn.office.domain.com (member of AD) with 10.22.21.252
    So my problem:
    everything is working quite well, I can resolv mx, dig and host are ok, I can get to zimbra from outside, login through ldap, send a mail, but can not RECEIVE a mail.
    DNS on AD/DC (office.domain.com) forward-lookup to mail.domain.com and to office.domain.com, and reverse lookup to mail.domain (10.22.21.253) and DNS OF ISP.
    ports 25, 110,143, 7071, 443 are open with routes to mail.domain.com
    Did I miss something?
    Thanks a lot! I appreciate your help!
    Last edited by jimmi4u; 11-04-2013 at 10:16 AM.

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    got it. wasn't the dns, only the alias was not working.
    Thnks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmi4u View Post
    Did I miss something?
    Actually you missed several things. The first is the fact you haven't formatted the output in your post, you should use code tags the separate the output from each of the commands, it's almost impossible to read that information. The second thing you've missed is a search of the forums for the answer to this question (it has been asked and answered many times). The thid thing you've missed is reading the Split DNS wiki article which you would have found from the forum search. Read the article (or the forum threads) and follow the instructions in there.
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