[Pdns-users] Master/Slaves in docker containers
frank+pdns at tembo.be
frank+pdns at tembo.be
Wed May 29 06:52:50 UTC 2019
> On 29 May 2019, at 06:24, Christian Tardif <christian.tardif at servinfo.ca> wrote:
> I'm trying to get this to work:
> I have one master pdns in a docker container with bridge networking on 1 server, plus a slave pdns, also in a docker container with bridge networking on another server. On the master, I have a zone (until I get it to work) configured as I would do with any other dns servers (SOA, NS records (with the real IP of the master and slaves, as I need to reach them from this "external" ip).
Are both servers in a Docker Swarm network or are they standalone servers? If standalone, is migrating to a Swarm network an option? It would make things a lot easier, network-wise.
> When I'm doing an update on the zone in the master, I see that, on the slave server, that I'm receiving the NOTIFY, but coming from 172.17.0.1 (got from the docker bridge) but then, the slave tries to get either the SOA on NS records for the zone.... at 172.17.0.1, which leads to nothing, as this is a NAT. How can I have the slave to unconditionally request the master server (on its real IP) for this zone about the SOA so this master/slave setup actually works?
In general. if you want to use the supermaster functionality when the NOTIFYs are coming from a different ip, you’ll need to change the ip of the master in the domains table of your backend to the “real” ip. You could do that using triggers in the database for instance (or have a script that you run every minute to update the records).
However, let’s take a step back. Docker does outbound NAT, not 2-way NAT. Let’s assume on serverA, you run container1 (your master). container1 has (local) container ip 172.16.0.10. serverA has public ip 10.10.10.10.
Your slave runs in container2 (172.17.0.20) on serverB (10.10.10.20).
The NOTIFY container2 receives, should have a source ip address 10.10.10.10, which is the correct ip, as container2 should use that address to reach container1. (Assuming your Docker hosts aren’t in a/the same Swarm network). If you’ve told docker to map port 53 (tcp and udp) to your containers, then this setup should work.
Could you describe your setup, describe which ports you’ve opened and where, and where exactly you see the NOTIFY coming from the wrong ip?
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