On 1/11/07, Ed Lentz <elentz at gmail dot com> wrote:
> I am running my M0n0wall on a Net4501. It is the newest version. I
> have a dilemma. I have a CRM that is running on an Apache server on
> the lan. The CRM software needs a url to download a file to a client.
> The problem is this. If I put in the IP of the server then all the
> users on the LAN can use this part of the system. Users on the wan
> side cannot. If I put in my domain name the users on the WAN side can
> use it. I have read that if I have M0n0wall be the DNS for my network
> then I can put in my domain name all will be well on both sides.
You don't *have* to have m0n0wall be the DNS server, you just have to
setup proper split DNS like you do with most any firewall, commercial