Thank you.I will try to setup second DNS server.
2006/6/24, Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com>:
> On 6/23/06, ¶À«Ø®x(jang huang) <jang0820 at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > I forget to say the problem is obvious in computer classroom.
> > Using M0N0 translate 100 computers in computer classroom, they
> > will boot at the same time. Then students surf Internet.
> > About 10%-15% computer has DNS problem.This bother me and
> > students.Maybe too many computers request DNS service at the same
> > time.I will try set DNS to M0N0 Lan IP.
> This really doesn't sound like a m0n0wall issue at all. It sounds
> like your ISP's DNS server is flaky. If you have some other internal
> DNS servers you can use (not m0n0wall, since it only caches responses
> it receives from your ISP's DNS servers), try those and see what
> > Can I modify kernel parameters(sysctl) or NAT rules or Firewall
> > rules or recompile Kernel to reduce this problem?