Bad dotted quad - Connection problem.
michael at kjorling.com
Tue Oct 16 18:10:16 UTC 2001
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My first thought was of reverse DNS.
On Oct 16 2001 23:37 +1000, Mark_Andrews at isc.org wrote:
> > > I'm afraid, I have another problem. On the DNS server I can connect to
> > > it with nslookup, but if I try the same on a client, than it doesn't
> > > find the name server. It gets the correct IP address of the name
> > > server from dhcpd, so I don't understand why I can't connect to it.
> > If you provide more information (configs and such) someone might be able
> > to help you pinpoint the culprit.
> Invariably this is a firewall problem.
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