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How to make an SRV record correctly?

I have made A record for the domain mydomain.com and for sipservice.mydomain.com. I also made an SRV record. By checking the record with the command: host -t srv _sip._tcp.mydomain.com I get this ...
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DNS client vs Nslookup - doing a manual test of the DNS client for SRV records

There are various references (such as DNS can't resolve hostname; nslookup can or https://web.archive.org/web/20160525082756/http://homepage.ntlworld.com/jonathan.deboynepollard/FGA/nslookup-flaws....
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what are valid zone name or valid service name for srv records?

I've been following a few guides/questions on how to use A records and SRV records to map a domain to a specific ip and port like 1.1.1.1:1889: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/11433570/how-to-use-...
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What is principial difference between upcoming DNS SVCB RRs and good old SRV records? [duplicate]

In DNS there was SRV record defined long ago, which allowed to direct some services for a domain to different machines. For example, this is how I publish a LDAP service for a domain example.com ...
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When does a Windows client needs to query the domain controller's SRV record?

Today we have been alerted by the network support guys about high memory consumption in the firewall (FortiGate 100F) that could lead to it entering safe mode. We searched the logs and found a ...
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SRV record not working properly?

I'm currently dealing with a little problem that routes back to me simply not having a static IP, as my ISP charges a ridiculous sum for that. I have a DDNS in place, which works fine. Except, I'm now ...
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Kerberos issues with Samba4 AD DC when resolv.conf not set to use localhost

I recently did a "classis conversion" of our small NT4 Samba domain to an AD one on my Debian 10 "Buster" system. I got everything working as far as I can tell, but I don't ...
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Setting up sub domains to access different ports on specific IP

Firstly I'm not sure if this was the right site to post this question, but it seemed appropriate, since this is a DNS/Server issue. I have 3 different web services running on a single machine, and i ...
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Service Records for http

Is it recommended to use SRV / service records resource records for http? Are there any significant advantages or drawbacks for using them in http?
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CNAME records pointing to SRV record

I have multiple services running that I'd like to access through one port. To make something like this work, I have a proxy server running that can redirect clients based on the url they connect with. ...
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SRV record for subdomain: Do I also need a CNAME or A record for that same subdomain?

I have a service running on port xxxxx. I want to access that service through a subdomain (myspecialservice.mydomain.com). I know I need to create an SRV record that looks like _Service._Proto....
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How to make srv record for ssh?

I got the port 2107 for ssh and I want to connect it with ssh.mydomain.se without typing in the port in putty? so is it possible to connect 123.456.78.9:2107 to ssh.mydomain.se?
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SRV Record not working GoDaddy HTTPS on separate port

I'm having trouble setting up an office with one public IP and multiple web services running on separate ports. One of the services is a media server and I'm trying to add an SRV record to godaddy in ...
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BIND: translate SRV records to A records

I would like to know if it's possible to configure BIND so that the A record for "sipserver.example.com" points to the A record obtained after performing a SRV query on "_sip._udp.anotherdomain.com". ...
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DNS service discovery and SRV record format conflict

In the RFC 2782 for SRV record type we can read: The format of the SRV RR Here is the format of the SRV RR, whose DNS type code is 33: _Service._Proto.Name TTL Class SRV Priority Weight ...
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Disable web access (HTTP) for a DNS record

I have a DNS record (A record) that points to a server that have TeamSpeak3 server and a web server. I'd like to disable web access to the record but keep the TeamSpeak3 access. NOTE: I don't own ...
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Prevent LDAP requests

I have a work laptop that I connect to my local lan as well. On it I have a pi-hole. On it I can see that the laptop makes an awful lot of requests to the office domain which of course is not ...
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Odd Behavior of DNS forwarding with SRV record resolution

I'm running into a weird problem while setting up a new SAMBA AD DC on my network. I've got the DC itself up and running and checked on the server that I am able to resolve the DNS name of the server, ...
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How can I prevent BIND from sending "Authoritative answers can be found from:"?

Here is an example from performing an nslookup from a Unix server (IPs and domains all fake): $ nslookup > set type=srv > _kerberos._tcp.example.com Server: 192.168.1.100 Address: ...
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All DCs fail DNS:RReg test, Reports SRV Records Missing on PDC - They are present

Background We are currently in the process of doing several Domain Controller upgrades. Before I started here a previous Admin had started the process of moving our DCs from 2008 R2 Standard to 2008 ...
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Should I manage SRV records for my Windows Server DC manually?

I have Microsoft AD Domain with multiple geographical sites. All sites are interconnected by VPN. All sites have 2 Domain Controllers running Windows Server 2012 R2. I was reviewing the automated ...
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Entering multiple DNS TXT values as a single TXT entry, with each value in " marks, but separated by spaces

I have done this with other DNS providers but I'm stuck on UltraDNS's DNS management interface. I need to enter multiple values in a TXT entry so they resolve as a single string with each value in &...
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Using DNS SRV record to access a virtual server without using the port number

Let's say that I have a theoretical server located at example.com:3000. Is it possible to get that traffic flowing through a SRV record from myserver.example.com? I tried the protocol _tcp and the ...
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DNS SRV records for IMAP are not seen or used

To the best of my knowledge, the below DNS records should work as a failover for my mail servers: example.com A 192.0.2.1 3600 www.example.com A 192.0.2.1 3600 ftp.example.com A ...
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what names for TLS certificates when using SRV records

When I'm using a SRV DNS record, what name(s) do I put in the TLS certificate? For example, if I'm setting up slapd on two servers (klas1 and klas2), and I define these DNS records (using bind zone ...
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Can't join machines to domain

I've installed Windows Server 2016 Datacenter on a physical machine called LOKI. It is allocated the static IP 192.168.1.77 by the router. It is also set manually in TCP/IPv4 on the NIC. The gateway ...
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same entry for CNAME and sub-domain

SRV Record: _xmpp-server._tcp.meet.domain.com => target=server-name.domain.com (A Record) CNAME: meet.domain.com => target=server-name.domain.com (A record) As you can see, the word "meet" already a ...
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using own domain for mail with Office365, while retaining non-Office365 mailboxes

I have a domain www.somename.nl I use the domain for a self-hosted website, and for email. Until now, the email was provided by the hosting provider and it was being used via their webmail portal and ...
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Letsencrypt and SRV records

I have the following setup: A Domain example.com 2 Servers: server1.example.com and server2.example.com I would like to use srv records to have expressive domain names for each of my services. For ...
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Is it possible to access a Telnet server via SRV-Record?

I wanted to make a little telnet server using PHP as an addition to my website, which already looks like a terminal. I could create the telnet.example.com-subdomain, but that will take away the ...
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Do SRV records indicate security

Is there a way to specify 2 SRV records for the same service, one implementing security and one not? Is there enough information on the specification to indicate such a thing?
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Published SRV records pointing to CNAME alias in violation of RFC 2782?

In the course of some work responsibilities I need to bone up on SRV records, and I'm trying to reconcile a Wikipedia statement with what I'm seeing in DNS digs. According to Wikipedia's SRV record ...
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/etc/resolv.conf to overwrite local bind

I have set up my /etc/bind to set up the following: dig @127.0.0.1 +noall +answer SRV _my-sub._tcp.example.com _my-sub._tcp.example.com. 300 IN SRV 0 0 12379 a0.example.com. _my-sub._tcp.example.com....
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localhost srv record forwarding in ubuntu

I want to each url to be forwarded to in my localmachine. For example: sub1.domain.com ---> http://localhost:1111 sub2.domain.com ---> http://localhost:2222 sub3.domain.com ---> http://...
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CNAMEing a SRV domain?

I have two domain names: example.com and example2.com. example.com has a few SRV records to handle specific services, as well as an A record for a website. I would like example2.com to have a CNAME to ...
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Missing SRV record at DNS server

Server 2008R2. 2003 functional level. One of my branch DCs, which we will call BranchDC1, is not registering SRV records in example.com/_msdcs/gc/_sites/_tcp. The DC is marked as a Global Catalog in ...
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Trying to set up port forwarding for multiple subdomains using SRV and DNS

I am working on a startup and trying to keep my expenses low. I'm hosting four servers in my closet with a single static IP address. I want to be able to reach each server over ports 80 (HTTP), 443 (...
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Server 2012 R2 Active Directory Domain SRV dns records suddenly disappeared

I have a test domain that I recently configured. All of a sudden, no users can log in except those with cached credentials. The domain includes two domain controllers that are both global catalogs ...
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MX vs SRV records [closed]

At first sight, it seems that MX and SRV records serve the same purpose. They both: Point a client to the name of the host the server is on Support prioritizing/fallback I'm aware that MX predates ...
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How do I write a SRV record for PPTP? [closed]

Hosting a PPTP VPN server on a subdomain, how do I enable the service on the domain with a SRV DNS record? I've already tried: _pptp._tcp.domain.top. 86400 IN SRV 10 10 1723 sub.domain.top. though ...
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Unknown RR type in named - SRV exchange record

I am trying to add an SRV record on Fedora 20 x64 on bind 9. The record should reroute the mail for excahnge to a different port. So I add this SRV record: _sumbission._tcp IN SRV ...
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My AD domain and DNS domain names are the same. Can this be resolved with SRV secords?

My company has a website with the domain name of acme.com. It also used acme.com as the AD domain name. External DNS is set up properly. Internal DNS has to resolve to the DC, for obvious reasons. As ...
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Can winbind influence name resolution in Linux

I have to Linux boxes on vagrant, the have the same /etc/resolv.conf and /etc/hosts, but one is using winbind to do SSO with Active Directory. When I try to resolve the domain controllers with: dig ...
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Should I specify the SRV record "_jabber._tcp"?

I’m running an XMPP server and have specified the SRV records _xmpp-client._tcp, and _xmpp-server._tcp. I often see that people also specify _jabber._tcp (for example, in Alnitak’s answer), but I ...
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Can I control which DNS record a client application uses?

I'm trying to make our set of servers more fault tolerant. I have a web server, a mail server and a PBX server that uses SIP. I know that for each service, I can have the DNS return multiple A, MX ...
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Setting up SRV records for a Minecraft server

I have a Minecraft server listening on port 25566, and I'm trying to set up an SRV record on my domain so you can access that game server by just typing the IP address: play.example.com. After many ...
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Does IIS have a SRV _SERVICE record?

This may seem an odd question but I don't full understand SRV records. I am basically trying to point: something.example.com to and IP like 111.111.111.111:8089 I have done something similar for a ...
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SRV DNS Record with Custom Ports. Am I misunderstanding what SRV is supposed to do?

I have read up on SRV records, and thinking I understand what they are meant for, I want to achieve the following: In short: Bind a hostname to another hostname, but changing the port. I.e. Take ...
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Cannot create a new domain in an existing active directory forest

I have a domain controller setup on Windows Server 2008 R2 (Forest) and I have another Windows Server 2008 R2 (New Domain) and I want to create a new domain in an existing forest. I get the following ...
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Host does not support SRV records, what are my options?

I need to use SRV records for multiple game servers that uses different ports in one machine. I read about SRV Records and it seems like it's what I need. I asked the website host I am using and they ...
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