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 From:  "Andrej Fercic" <andrej at pcklinika dot si>
 To:  "'Ugo Bellavance'" <ugob at camo dash route dot com>, <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  RE: [m0n0wall] Re: WAN IP from LAN
 Date:  Sun, 12 Jun 2005 17:53:37 +0200
Tx, Ugo and Niklas. Yes in did. This is a solution, for one or two
domains... In my case I want to control web pages of my client (webhosting)
which are on same server. So I must add 100+ domains :( 



-----Original Message-----
From: news [mailto:news at sea dot gmane dot org] On Behalf Of Ugo Bellavance
Sent: Sunday, June 12, 2005 1:39 PM
To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Subject: [m0n0wall] Re: WAN IP from LAN

Niklas Petersen wrote:
> Andrej Fercic wrote:
>> I am using m0n0 with 6 IPs (serverNAT config). All those IPs are 
>> maped to servers on LAN side. OK, it works fine, but from LAN side 
>> are those servers unreachable, becouse DNS holds their WAN ips of 
>> course. So, if I install another NIC for my LAN and use current for 
>> DMZ (or vice - versa) will I solve this problem or not. Does anybody 
>> have any experience with this, or own 3 NICs in m0n0 and can do an 
>> experiment for me. My m0n0 is in production env. so I coud not take 
>> any risk experimenting with it.
> You could setup m0n0 to act as forwarding DNS, and put in the LAN IPs 
> to the corresponding hostnames. Then the hostnames will be available 
> from both the outside and inside of LAN if you use m0n0 as DNS server for

Or if you have a DNS server inside your lan, you can create a local zone
that will override the public one.

> /niklas

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