Christopher A. Williams wrote:
| On Tue, 2008-05-27 at 07:44 -0700, Daniel B. Thurman wrote:
| > I have a setup as follows:
| > 1) ISP->pass-thru-DSL-router->firewall-appliance w/ NAT support
| > 2) NAT->DNS(Internet)
| > Let's assume:
| > a) ISP provided static IP is: 126.96.36.199
| > b) Firewall allows access to DNS port 53
| > c) Intranet addresses are: 10.0.0.x
| > Q1: In setting up a DNS server for Internet,
| > is it required that I setup mydomain.com
| > zone for 111.111.111.x addresses or can I
| > use 10.0.0.x addresses since NAT is involved?
| > What I am trying to understand here, am I required
| > to setup seperate DNS servers, one for Internet
| > (for 111.111.111.x) and one for Intranet (for 10.0.0.x)?
| > The trouble that I am running into is that I am not able
| > to get reverse DNS to work even through I have PTR fields
| > defined but they are of 10.0.0.x addresses and I am not
| > seeing rDNS resolvers.
| Interesting, so it's not just me then. I'm having trouble getting
| anything on my DNS servers to resolve. I'm using the DNS configuration
| tool to set up a master zone for a local domain (mydomain.local), yet
| nothing is working. I've checked ports, firewall, and selinux
| settings. Still no dice.
| Ideas welcome - I'm not sure what I'm missing / doing wrong.
yup! Keep poking/asking questions here until your issues are
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