Some domains don't resolve.
mayer at gis.net
Sun Jun 1 21:47:49 UTC 2008
Ezequiel Aguerre wrote:
>> NAT is already a big problem in itself.
> Mmm... that's bad :(. However "dnsmasq" and the DNS server that comes
> bundled with Windows 2003 work OK.
>> Who is 10.0.0.254? The NAT router? Do you control it? Can you vouch
>> for it? (Most CPE middleboxes are lousy.)
> Yep, it's the NAT router. And yes, I'm in total control of it.
>> I suggest to not use this sort of device as a forwarder.
> Thanks for the advice, but no matter what forwarders I use, it's always
> broken. I've tried with mi ISP's forwarders, and other DNS servers (those
> from OpenDNS, and others), with no luck at all :(
Don't use forwarders at all. They are not necessary and makes you
dependent on someone else's DNS. It's rarely necessary anyway and
provides you with no real benefits. It's surprising the number of people
who think that this is of benefit to them.
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