DNS and NAT
dufresne at sysinfo.com
Tue Jul 12 06:05:49 CEST 2005
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On Mon, 11 Jul 2005, Suzana Lojic-Skoric wrote:
> OK, thanks I was not sure what is the proper behavior regarding iptables and
> If answer is not translated then how do I get DNS to work with two way NAT?
> My internal network does not understand any of the ip addresses that belong
> to outside. So if the request for a page that is sent from internal network
> comes back from outside with an answer (ip address) that is not getting
> translated then I can't resolve the page since my internal network doesn't
> understand it and can't route to it.
> Is there a way around this problem? How do I get DNS to work in the type of
> environment I described?
You could always just push /etc/hosts files out with the inside addresses
there, if you have troubles with DNS setup. Slow, crude, yet effective.
The poorman's way...
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