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Old 06-06-2006, 11:21 AM   #1
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Question AD + BIND behind a router

Hi, I have a DNS server running BIND 8.4.6 function correctly, my inquire is how i can configure it to work with Active Directory without a Windows DNS server. Some things that are very important is what the Linux Server and Active Directory Controller are behind a router, they haven't a private adress like a 192.168.0.x . If somebody can help me and the information is not complete here's my email to contact to me
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