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Re: DNS problem, nslookup not working



I'm not exactly sure what you mean.  I'm using a single network
card, and the switch (perhaps a computer?) somewhere on the
route between here and the outside world translates the IPs
from 192 to 216 and the reverse.

Does that help explain it?

Brian


In message <390EDCFD 81D7FBF6 grainsystems com>, Kevin Colby writes:
>Brian A Bucher wrote:
>> >
>> > Well, what is it?  192.168.3.5 or 216.230.78.179?
>> 
>> To machines outside the switch, it is viewed as 216.230.78.179.
>> To itself and other machines behind the switch, it is viewed
>> as 192.168.3.5.
>
>Ah, I bet you're only binding named to the outside interface.
>(Which one is eth0?)  According to the named.conf man page,
>there is an option "listen-on":
>
>listen-on [ port ip_port ] { address_match_list };
>
>This can be used to explicitly define which interfaces bind
>is actually listening on.
>
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>	  kevinc grainsystems com
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