Someone want to tell me how this can happen?
> C:\>nslookup mail.azadian.ch
> Server: fw.azadian.ch
> Address: 192.168.3.3
> Name: mail.azadian.ch
> Address: 192.168.3.10
> C:\>ping mail.azadian.ch
> Pinging mail.azadian.ch [220.127.116.11] with 32 bytes of data:
> Reply from 18.104.22.168: bytes=32 time<10ms TTL=63
This is on my W2K laptop, which is connected to the mail server via WLAN.
mail.azadian.ch is DNS forwarded to mail server's internal address of
192.168.3.10 by m0n0wall-1.2. When the laptop comes up, it runs correctly
for a while, meaning that both nslookup and ping use the internal address.
Then it can't find the mail server, and I have the state shown above. It
is perhaps important to note that my ADSL is going up and down like a yo-yo
these days, due to either a bad modem or a bad line; I don't know which yet.
Norman H. Azadian Taegerishalde 13 CH-3110 Muensingen Switzerland
norman at azadian dot ch tel: +41 31 721 7855 fax: +41 31 55 898 55
David Farrior wrote:
> I have a site to site IPSEC vpn setup and working. I can ping hosts on both
> sides etc. I am using a 3rd party application that uses a server. When you
> load the application software on the client it uses broadcast traffic to
> "find" the server. (or so I've been told) The problem I'm having is that the
> client computers I'm working on are at one site and the server is at a
> different site.
> So, any thought on how to make this work? Unfortuneately, the software
> doesn't allow you to specify a server ip address. The only thought I had so
> far was to do a netstat -a and see what ports the client is broadcasting out
> on and somehow (if this is possible) configure the monowall to pass that
> traffic accross the vpn.
> Your help with this is appreciated.