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== SRV Records with DNSMasq ==
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There's a write-up of this with DNSMasq on my blog:
 
There's a write-up of this with DNSMasq on my blog:
  
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We need to transfer some of that content here, and also provide some more recipes for Bind & other DNS servers as well...
 
We need to transfer some of that content here, and also provide some more recipes for Bind & other DNS servers as well...
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== SRV Records with Bind ==
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There's a good summary here, though it kind of expects you already know a bit about Bind:
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http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/Networking/Configure_BIND_DNS_to_Answer_Active_Directory_Queries
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For a carddav the SRV record would look something like:
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_carddavs._tcp.example.com. SRV 10 5 8443 carddav.example.com.
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For a https CardDAV service with priority 10, weight 5 on port 8443 of carddav.example.com.

Revision as of 23:42, 27 November 2010

SRV Records with DNSMasq

There's a write-up of this with DNSMasq on my blog:

http://andrew.mcmillan.net.nz/blog/srv_records_with_dnsmasq

We need to transfer some of that content here, and also provide some more recipes for Bind & other DNS servers as well...

SRV Records with Bind

There's a good summary here, though it kind of expects you already know a bit about Bind:

http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/Networking/Configure_BIND_DNS_to_Answer_Active_Directory_Queries

For a carddav the SRV record would look something like:

_carddavs._tcp.example.com. SRV 10 5 8443 carddav.example.com.

For a https CardDAV service with priority 10, weight 5 on port 8443 of carddav.example.com.