BIND behind a NAT router
michael at kjorling.com
Mon Feb 18 08:30:58 UTC 2002
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I don't have any problems with that:
> [michael at varg michael]$ dig my-domain.com. soa +short
> apollo.compu-mentor.com. dns.compu-mentor.com. 2831361817 10800 3600 604800 86400
> [michael at varg michael]$
On Feb 17 2002 19:52 -0000, Louis Garman wrote:
> Hi, I've got named running on a freebsd server on a private ip behind a NAT
> router, which has a public ip. I've set up port tcp/53 and udp/53 to be
> forwarded by the router to the correct server.
> named is hosting my-domain.com
> The wierd thing is that, I can nslookup succesfully ns1.my-domain.com
> outside the router, but not my-domain.com.
> Any ideas whats happening?
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