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 From:  drovalev at kaluga dash gov dot ru
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Ha: Re: [m0n0wall] How to make DNS the server for DHCP in a local area network?
 Date:  Tue, 24 Oct 2006 10:59:34 +0400
> go that lack of detail.
>
> in System -> General Setup, you have the place to flag DNS servers. You
can
> also stick a tick in the "DNS forwarder" option (under services). If in
> doubt, post whats set in those screens (General Setup and DNS forwarder)
>
> Are you sure its not handing out the DNS address? are your clients
definitely
> set up to use the DNS from DHCP?  How are you checking. Please post some
> decent answers here, or we really cant help.
>
> Its also likely that a firewall is kicking in, so check your logs, make
sure
> your rules are logging etc.
>
> With an email like this, we're probably more in the dark then you are...
;)
>
> //chris
>

Clients DNS receive the server, but he 172.20.20.1!!!

It is necessary 192.168.8.1





> On Tuesday 24 October 2006 14:31, drovalev at kaluga dash gov dot ru wrote:
> > HELP!!!!
> >
> > Urgently it is necessary!!!
> >
> > Does not give out DNS the server in a local area network - COMPUTERS
DOES
> > NOT WORK!!!
> >
> > DNS - 192.168.8.1
> >
> > Local net - 172.20.20.0/24
> > Monowall - 172.20.20.1/24
> >
> >
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