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iptables doesn't work like that. It's a layer-3 subsystem (and to some extent layer-2) and doesn't know about things like domain names in any meaningful way. You can block access to an IP address, and if it so happens that the hostnames domain[12].com and sub[12].domain2.com resolve to IP addresses which themselves host no services for other domains, you ...


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Why does the error occur only when the 2012 DC is on? Because the computer is connecting to the Windows 2012 Domain Controller, which does not have a record of it. This points to an Active Directory synchronization problem between that domain controller and the rest of your domain controllers. How is the user able to log into the Windows 7 machine ...


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If you don't want your DNS server to return anything for a particular name, just remove the record in question.


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It's usually best in such cases to not have a record at all. However, if you really must, 0.0.0.0 is a good choice that is relatively free from side effects.


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You will need to configure IP-Based Virtual Host. You can do that by editing your apache/httpd.conf file, add something like this: <VirtualHost 100.100.100.100:80> ServerAdmin rubberduck@mydomain.com DocumentRoot /home/admin/domains/mydomain.com/public_html ServerName site.mydomain.com ErrorLog /var/log/httpd/logs/site/error_log TransferLog ...


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If you use ADSIEdit, connect to the Default Naming Context. DC=Domain > CN=System > CN=File Replication Service > CN=Domain System Volume (SYSVOL Share) The nTFRSMember references are under that location, and each has an attribute "serverReference".


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We have same issues, it most certainly is an issue with the dns servers from godaddy: http://www.intodns.com/itemsofbeauty.co.uk Update: GoDaddy is aware: http://support.godaddy.com/system-alerts/


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The authoritative DNS servers ns53.domaincontrol.com. and ns54.domaincontrol.com. are currently not responding to requests sent over IPv4 (to 216.69.185.27 and 208.109.255.27). They are however still responding to requests sent over IPv6 (to 2607:f208:206::1b and 2607:f208:302::1b). This means IPv4 only DNS servers will not be able to resolve your domain. ...


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This should get you started. Foreach($Policy In Get-ChildItem \\$((Get-ADDomain).DNSRoot)\sysvol\$((Get-ADDomain).DNSRoot)\Policies) { Get-GPO -Guid $Policy.Name | Select * # Now you have an individual GPO. Do something useful with it. # # DisplayName : Terminate Idle and Disconnected RDP Sessions # DomainName : ...


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No. The full list of records supported by Google Domains can be found at: https://support.google.com/domains/answer/3290350 There is no 'ALIAS' or 'ANAME' or any other similar pseudo-CNAME supported. Please note that the type of record mentioned by the Heroku documentation is not an actual CNAME, but rather an A record that is auto-updated to match some ...


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you can use this script to get whois servers from IANA. chreated by noys. output in JSON list of zones and whois servers. <style> body { font: normal 10px verdana, sans-serif; color: #333; } </style> <? $zones = ...


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There are several well-known ways of locating whois servers for TLDs, the IANA database is probably the closest to what the question asks for, however there are other sources that may be more useful in practice. From IANA (access via whois and http) Browse http://www.iana.org/domains/root/db or search the whois database at whois.iana.org for the TLD. Each ...


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As mentioned by @MadHatter that iptables rules are not used like that and for squid you have to Allow some IP’s to allow access to some specific sites. Please follow this steps to do that : Add this Lines to your Squid.conf File. acl allow_ip src “/etc/squid/allow_ip” acl allow_ip_site url_regex “/etc/squid/block_ip_allow” http_access allow allow_ip ...


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Will creating the DC (and by extension, domain Y) on domain X cause any issues? You cannot have a domain controller for one domain as a member of a different domain. Domain controllers, in effect, are the domain for which they're on. Will these two domains conflict with each other if I don't initiate a trust relationship between the two? The ...


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Based on your responses to @user2629636 - ie traffic sniffing is not detected, the probable answer is "you can't". TCP has no knowledge of the domain name associated with an IP address. Depending on what you are trying to do you may be able to assign a unique IP address (possibly an RFC1918 address) to each domain name, and then use IPTables to trigger the ...


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This sounds rather complicated to me and not the way I would try to run it. In general I try to separate as much as I can environments from each other, running on different servers ideally , but i understand this is not something you can do with a single VPS. You should at least separate tomcat instances, this would reduce the mess and makes everything ...


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if you do not have access to the DNS or AD, then there are some options. 1) the simplest solution is to simply add a line to your hosts file, in windows this file exists here: %systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc\hosts (e.g c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts on most PCs) the hosts file format is: IPaddress Hostname (hostname2) for example ...


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Here is great article that describe such method of installation of Exchange. In short - there could be problems if you're not using DAG, and WILL be problems if DAG is used.


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What you are talking about is referred to as SMTP namespace sharing. If the mail systems support it and you know how to configure it, yes. Otherwise, you'd have to do some tricky mail forwarding to a fake domain and then change outbound addresses to the right SMTP domain which gets complex and frustrating.


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Your assumption that pointing a "nameserver" for a domain to an IP address is correct. Porting the IP over while "possible" does not sound like you meet the requirements to achieve this. You need to do this in stages. The first of which is getting the nameserver for each domain pointed to a DNS record which resolves to the same IP address they use today. ...


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First of all, you cannot bring the IP address along as you move to another hosting provider. IP addresses can only be moved between hosting providers, if you have a block of addresses, which was large enough to be announced over BGP. Any approach you take to moving would require a transition period where you are using one IP at the current hosting provider ...



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