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I'm trying to set up a virtual network populated with 4 CentOS 7 servers for testing purposes. I have successfully configured a Kerberos server and a secondary Kerberos server. However, when it comes to OpenLDAP, it seems that a DNS server is needed.

I decided to add an internet-facing interface on the system with the LDAP and DNS servers to allow the named server to forward unresolved dns requests to my router's DNS server. While my local named server correctly propagates the names of the other clients on the virtual network, it seems that it's not forwarding unknown requests. Here's the pertinent lines from my /etc/named.conf file:

options {
// turns on IPv6 for port 53, IPv4 is on by default for all ifaces
listen-on-v6 {any;};
// As per RHEL7 IdM guide, disable empty zones for bind9.9
empty-zones-enable no;

...trunc...

forward first;
forwarders {
        192.168.1.1;
};
allow-recursion { any; };
dnssec-enable yes;
dnssec-validation no;
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    Can you please tell us how you determined that OpenLDAP requires a DNS server? – Celada Jul 17 '15 at 15:38
  • @Celada I'm trying to backtrack my investigation of this issue; I believe it may, actually, be related to SSSD – ILMostro_7 Jul 17 '15 at 17:18
  • Strange...I thought Kerberos needed a name server for rdns look ups to verify a host isn't spoofing. – SailorCire Jul 17 '15 at 20:49

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