From: "Jack Pivac" <email at delphinus dot co dot nz>
>> Lee Sharp wrote:
>>> From: "Jack Pivac" <email at delphinus dot co dot nz>
>>>> Bit more information:
>>>> when i wrote "If i manually change my DNS...etc" i meant change the DNS
>>>> server on my client PC to 184.108.40.206 instead of the 192.168.x.x
>>>> address of monowall.... it then works. Hence me thinking its definitly
>>>> a bug with monowall.
>>> Sound more like the DNS cache on your system is corupting. Try a (net
>>> stop "dns client") and see if it suddenly "gets better."
> So any more ideas?
> Its both computer and OS inspecific... I use both linux and winxp and same
> problem :(
> Its computer inspecific... same problem on 4 different pc's
Did you try the "net stop" above? I know it seems wrong, but did you make
sure? Another way is to try "nslookup" and see if changing DNS within
nslookup works. When you change DNS in the IP properties, it flushes the
DNS cache, and I think that is what's actually fixing it. And if you have a
occasional problem that breaks the cache on one windows machine, it will
also do it to others.