I have almost non-existent experience with AD, so take my words with a grain of salt.
What’s the output when you ssh -vv firstname.lastname@example.org?
From what you describe, it looks like that your system can resolve @domain.local because there is some kind of local-network DNS server running somewhere, but it is unable to either resolve @domain.com, or there’s nothing listening to default port 22 on that domain.
Thanks for your reply.
Executing the command will try to attempt a connection to the public domain.com address.
The Active directory domain is setup with the fqdn domain dot local but most users have a different upn, userid@domain dot com.
I would like the authentication to work when logging on with the domain dot com upn for the user.
From windows machines, logged in with useID@domain.com, using samba to the same linux server it works.
But logging on locally it only works with userID@domain.local
I was searching if something needs to be done in the realmd dot conf or winbind but no luck there.
Perhaps there are more ideas, I am really not that good with linux
Sorry for all the dots but since i am a new server i am not allowed to add links… fqdn names…