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comment How to set a custom route source in openvpn
Wow. I had no idea that pptpd allow such flexibility. Thank for the link!
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accepted How to set a custom route source in openvpn
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comment How to set a custom route source in openvpn
The parameter route-up seems to work. Rather than spec the route w/ route 10.75.0.0 255.255.0.0, I used route-up "/sbin/ip route add 10.75.0.0/16 via 10.75.2.1 src 10.74.0.13"
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comment How to set a custom route source in openvpn
Right. openvpn has the --up option. I'll check it out.
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asked How to set a custom route source in openvpn
Dec
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comment Is it possible to prevent a node's primary DNS suffix from changing when it joins an active directory domain?
Oh, I understand your confusion now. While its true that FQDN and dns suffix are different, they are very much related. If the dns suffix changes, then what the node thinks its FQDN is will also change. And this was the problem, there was no hard-coding of anything. One system was expecting vm100.eng.mycompany.com, but the VM was reporting itself as vm100.ad.mycompany.com. And no, comparing short hostnames is not and option since the system supports multiple administrative domains.
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revised Is it possible to prevent a node's primary DNS suffix from changing when it joins an active directory domain?
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comment Is it possible to prevent a node's primary DNS suffix from changing when it joins an active directory domain?
Since FQDN == <shortname>.<dns suffix>, I mean both.
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comment Is it possible to prevent a node's primary DNS suffix from changing when it joins an active directory domain?
Thanks @jimbobmcgee. Unclicking 'Change primary DNS suffix when domain membership changes' worked.
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accepted Is it possible to prevent a node's primary DNS suffix from changing when it joins an active directory domain?
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comment Is it possible to prevent a node's primary DNS suffix from changing when it joins an active directory domain?
The reason that I don't want the FQDN to change is because there is an application in the system that expect the machine to have the eng suffix. Yes, change the app is one option. But it would require some code change.
Dec
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comment Is it possible to prevent a node's primary DNS suffix from changing when it joins an active directory domain?
I don't need any dns changes. The eng zone already has the name/IPs populated. I just need the FQDN to stay the same.
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revised Is it possible to prevent a node's primary DNS suffix from changing when it joins an active directory domain?
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comment Is it possible to prevent a node's primary DNS suffix from changing when it joins an active directory domain?
@MDMarra. Its the first.
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revised Is it possible to prevent a node's primary DNS suffix from changing when it joins an active directory domain?
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asked Is it possible to prevent a node's primary DNS suffix from changing when it joins an active directory domain?