Author Topic: Trouble Joining Terastation to Domain  (Read 1936 times)

mmitchell

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Trouble Joining Terastation to Domain
« on: June 18, 2013, 10:39:28 am »

I am having issues joining my Terastation TS-WX4.0TL/R1 to our domain.  I am positive I am entering the correct information yet I keep recieving an error.  Below is the error log:

Jun 18 09:06:56 WEB-NAS TeraStation[26406]: [Web] Failed to join domain
Jun 18 09:13:00 WEB-NAS TeraStation[26406]: [Web] SMB status was changed
Jun 18 09:13:00 WEB-NAS TeraStation[26406]: [Web] Change value : info.domain=ad
Jun 18 09:13:00 WEB-NAS TeraStation[26406]: [Web] Change value : info.wg=kcagnt
Jun 18 09:13:00 WEB-NAS TeraStation[26406]: [Web] Change value : info.ad_dns=kcpag.com
Jun 18 09:13:00 WEB-NAS TeraStation[26406]: [Web] Change value : info.pdc=190fs1
Jun 18 09:13:00 WEB-NAS TeraStation[26406]: [Web] Change value : info.wins=
Jun 18 09:13:03 WEB-NAS TeraStation[26406]: [Web] Trying to join domain...
Failed to join domain: failed to lookup DC info for domain 'KCPAG.COM' over rpc: Logon failure

It appears it is having trouble with our DC but I know that is right as well.  It's the only DC on our network!  Can anyone help me?


davo

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Re: Trouble Joining Terastation to Domain
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2013, 11:03:33 am »

What firmware are you using? What is the error you are getting from the GUI when you try to join the domain? What OS is the server.

PM me for TFTP / Boot Images / Recovery files  LSRecovery.exe file.

BeefaloFan

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Re: Trouble Joining Terastation to Domain
« Reply #2 on: June 20, 2013, 01:25:10 am »

This thread does a pretty good job of explaining some of the things necessary to join a TS to AD. To be honest, joining ANY legacy Linux NAS to ANY for of AD is a pain in the rear, but JoshC's explination seems as sound as any I've seen over the years.

 

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I may not work for Buffalo, but I've been a technician specialising in routers and Linux administration for just under ten years. I don't speak for Buffalo, or any of their employees, nor are the ideas, thoughts, etc related in any of my posts to you in any way a reflection of Buffalo Tech.