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By default, Samba creates the following two forward zones during provisioning/upgrading (of course with your own domain name): The Samba internal DNS is a new implementation.Although BIND is a grown up DNS and long in production on millions of servers, the Samba BIND DLZ module is still new.Login to your No-IP account and click Hosts/Redirects at the top left of the page.You will see a list of domains/hostnames that are associated with your account. Simply put, using this service gives a name to your IP. Users won't need to discover what your new IP is, they can simply type your domain name.So if you're hosting something on your line, people would not have to bother typing your IP. This guide will help you configure your DDNS service, so that your router auto-updates your IP to your DDNS provider.
To manually update the hostname, login to your No-IP account and click Hosts/Redirects at the top left of the page.Next to the hostname, you will see the IP address that we are currently resolving to.You can verify that this is the correct IP address by visiting Port Check Tool.If you're running Samba as Active Directory Domain Controller, you also have to administer a DNS server.You will already find general information on the internal DNS and the BIND DLZ module and documentation about Bind as DNS Backend in the Wiki.