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Installation and Upgrades / Re: PTR record problems
« on: November 05, 2012, 10:21:06 pm »
The ISP or entity that "owns" your IP address is the only one that can add
the appropriate PTR records. You can't do anything on your server. Please ask your ISP to add the PTR record  it will solve the problem. That's what i've done.

True for most SMB, not entirely. Reverse resolution responsibility can (and often is) delegated to customers. Many universities, banks or IT companies prefer to manage this on their own.

Hello all.

We'll be migrating several applications (forums, trac, doc, blogs...) to our new infrastructure over the weekend.

Planned outages are below 15 minutes for each of the given services. The time window starts on Friday 2nd 21:00 (today) and finishes on Sunday 4th 21:00 GMT +2.

Sorry for any inconveniences this may cause. Thank you.

Installation and Upgrades / Re: QoS - Traffic Shaping restrictions
« on: November 02, 2012, 01:14:23 pm »
In your case, use delay pools.

The traffic shapping limit would apply to all users unless you create a single rule for each of them.

Installation and Upgrades / Re: Unable to access zentyal online document
« on: November 02, 2012, 12:39:13 pm »

By mistake, that site was unavailable for a few hours.

It should be working by now. Sorry for the inconveniences.

Installation and Upgrades / Re: FOG running on same server as Zentyal
« on: October 30, 2012, 02:40:40 pm »
For example, on the main login screen it just has text "Zentyal Logo" but bo logo like it used too.  Same in the main dashboard, no Zentyal logo and other pictures are missing.

Check what the URLs of those missing images are, that might give a clue.

Perhaps Fog has altered Apache configuration, but Zentyal apache configuration is not stored in /etc/apache... perhaps try changing Zentyal admin interface to some other port (not 443), to see if that may be related.

Installation and Upgrades / Re: FOG running on same server as Zentyal
« on: October 30, 2012, 02:37:27 pm »
I have seen such integration using a VM for the Fog server. Once it is running, it is trivial to point Zentyal DHCP PXE to the Fog server.

However, I don't have experiences try to install Fog on the Zentyal server itself. If you try, at least you'll need to tell Fog to not configure DHCP, but I wonder if there would be other possible conflicts. I would uninstall Zentyal LTSP module for this too.

Hope that helps.

Let's see if this helps:

If your Samba domain is going to be "", then you need that domain configured in DNS, pointing to your internal IP address. It should contain a host, which would be '", also pointing to your internal IP address.

Your hosts resolution (Network/DNS) should include as its first entry, so Zentyal uses its own DNS server.

Enable the Users module, save changes.

Then enable the File Sharing module.

Hello people.

I was configuring an IPSec tunnel and I found that the terms used by Zentyal ("local" and "remote" networks) are not very common across the industry and the OpenSwan implementation behind.

I see IPSec refers to the endpoints as "left" and "right" sides, but I'm no IPSec expert so I'm unsure we should change this.

Shall we change these terms into "left" and "right"?

Thanks for your comments!

I have set-up the Port Forwarding and tried turning off "Replace Source Address" but it's still not passing the remote IP Address to the Apache server.

If you disabled 'Replace source address', your internal server should see the original source address in fact.

Post the output of the following command, and let's see what rules are being applied.

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iptables -L -n -v -x
iptables -L -n -v -x -t nat


QoS doesn't allow per-user restrictions, but if you know the IPs of your users, you can set rules for each of them. The rest of your config seems ok to me (using the internal interface to limit incoming bandwith).

For HTTP traffic, you can use delay pools which can be applied per-user (have a look at

Installation and Upgrades / Re: cannot access Zentyal remotely
« on: May 29, 2012, 04:55:18 am »
What was the name you were using in order to connect via ssh and http from outside?

1) If you were accessing it using your external IP and now you cannot, it is likely related to the changes you did  (check if your ethernet number changed, as you may need to review firewall rules).

2) If you were using a name, then it could be related to the cloud connection. If your cloud connection is not working, try restarting the openvpn module, but first check the point above.

Hope that helps!

Does it work if you use any other directory as the root of the samba share, instead the shared folder?

If it does, I'd check the output of 'mount', to see if the filesystem may be not accessible to samba...

Installation and Upgrades / Re: Need for split DNS?
« on: May 29, 2012, 03:22:28 am »
I have faced some Zentyal installations where public services where provided from within the Zentyal managed network. For these scenarios, split-horizon DNS is very desirable. But these are a really a minority... so I wonder if the oficial DNS module should be burdened with this functionality :?.

Hello Rafael.

I have just tested this and I cannot reproduce the error you mention. I have created several users with different default quota values (including 0), and also changed user quotas to different values.

If you can reproduce this it would be nice if you could add some more information. Please also test this on a clean system (i.e. in a virtual machine), in order to rule out any possible custom changes you have made to your system.

Spanish / Re: Zentyal en cluster
« on: May 29, 2012, 01:52:22 am »
Abonafina, en Zentyal no hay soporte directo para lo que comentas.

Una forma habitual de implementar un cluster activo-pasivo es usando 'heartbeat' ( hacerlo para un único servicio (por ejemplo, una base de datos) es fácil, pero la verdad es que en el caso de Zentyal me parece algo que puede llevar algún tiempo configurar. Personalmente, no conozco una solución fácil y directa... sería estupendo que quien tenga alguna idea más la comente, porque el tema es amplio.

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