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Re: WEIRD SuSE 9 behavior!
check your firewall rules and also check your /etc/named.conf for the
keyword recursive (i think that is it)
you can define what ip blocks to do recursive lookups for.
are there any domains actually on the box itself? can you dig those
domain entries from other hosts?
L. V. Lammert wrote:
> Here's a good one:
> 1) Have two NICs in a machine, both up and responding; one to the outside
> world, one to the internal network.
> 2) THAT machine operates just fine, including DNS; I even configured it's
> resolv.conf to point to localhost.
> 3) No machines on 'internal' subnet can resolve DNS! They can all ping the
> server with no problem, yet any dig (even @server) fails. (resolv.conf
> points to 'server'.)
> 4) I also tried a dig @server ON the server, and THAT works just fine!
> Question - just what can stop the DNS service from answering a remote
> request whilst allowing an internal request from the server TO the IP on
> that interface?
> This WAS a known, working config (saved on the HD) - seems that using the
> drive in different h/w has caused the problem.
> Any thoughts would be appreciated.
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