Public IPs and nameservers on firewall
G. Roderick Singleton
gsingleton at home.com
Sat Nov 6 19:37:56 UTC 1999
Barry Margolin wrote:
> In article <382345C5.D7A372FB at home.com>,
> G. Roderick Singleton <gsingleton at home.com> wrote:
> >I have a situation where I have a firewall host that is a slave
> >to my off-site nameserver. For this one machine everything works
> >like a charm. However, I'd like to include my hosts that use
> >a public IP (192.168.32.0) as part of the scenario. (i.e. I'm lazy and
> >don't want to make internal roots et cetera for 5 hosts)
> 192.168.x.x is private IP's, not public.
I am trying another solution. I have entered all my PRIVATE addresses in
my host file on my slave. This appears to work so
I shall leave it before trying Barry's subdomain idea. My system is
SS20, Solaris 2.6(patched current) and the PCs seem happy.
WRT, the first suggestion, I don't have access to the remote zone
files and my hostmaster and I have decided that doing things locally is
best for all. Thanks as it is certainly a solution.
G. Roderick Singleton, <gsingleton at home.com> PATH tech,
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