Adding DNS ALG support to Bind?
boober95 at rogers.com
Wed Nov 4 15:45:15 UTC 2015
You are correct, but in the use case I am looking at there is no Internet
connection. There are a small number of mobile devices (5-15) behind a NAT
gateway with DNS. The gateway provides service to other small networks, but
there is nothing else connected, it is an isolated system.
What I am trying to do is to be able to connect to s specific device, say a
'supervisor' by name. I don't know the IP, and their IP may change, or the
supervisor might be a service that isn't always provided by the same device.
The IP will change and the DNS will be updated updated as needed
I don't want the device/user accessing the 'supervisor' to know the IP
address, other than the gateway IP, I don't want them to be able to save an
old IP. Also, I don't what anyone watching the network (it is wireless) to
be able to see anything other than gateway addresses.
Basically, the device/user accessing the 'supervisor' should result in traffic
thru the gateway/NAT that looks as if the superviser initiated it, ie the
supervisor has been natted, and the reply IP is the gateway.
Not sure if I am going about this the right way, but that is my idea. I
appreciate the comments I am receiving here, thanks.
On Monday 02 November 2015 18:03, Carl Byington wrote:
> On Fri, 2015-10-30 at 12:38 -0400, Bill wrote:
> > What I would like to do to have the ability to query a DNS server
> > located behind a NAT, and have it return the IP of the NAT, and setup
> > connection tracking in the NAT to pass traffic thru to the host behind
> > the NAT.
> I think that is a bad idea, even if you can get it implemented and
> If I know the names of your hosts (they will eventually be found via
> google or other searches), then I can remotely reconfigure your NAT
> device to allow my attack traffic thru - and all it takes is a simple
> UDP query to your dns server.
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