OS X Server 10.6 and also Fully Qualified Domain Names
From the Advanced Server Admin for OS X Server v.10.6 :
You have to have a totally certified domain name name for each and every server's IP addess in the DNS system. The DNS area have to have the reverse-lookup document for the name and also address set. Not having a secure, operating DNS system with opposite lookup brings about solution failings and also unanticipated actions.
I was lately attacked by this need as my inner network does not have an inner DNS server. Therefore, numerous applications and also solutions (User Management specifically ), organized on my XServe have actually experienced abject performance. My inquiry is, besides releasing my very own DNS server (dnsmasq or bind9 ) exists otherwise to give a FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name ) for my X Serve?
Used the X Serve as its very own DNS host, functioned like a beauty with really little arrangement.