I kept searching all day and found an this:
Scrapping the "hosts" and putting everything as the domain seems to be
working for now. But, why does it work this way and not the other way?
From: David Cavanaugh [mailto:dwellman at movies4wholesale dot com]
Sent: Monday, October 15, 2007 11:30 AM
To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Subject: [m0n0wall] Enabling DNS forwarder killed. . . something.
I've been using m0n0wall for years, but. . .
(m0n0wall 1.231 using generic-pc image): After enabling the DNS forwarder,
clients (both internal AND external) could no longer access the server using
a secondary public IP (Server NAT with proxy ARP). Request for the website,
from internal, would get stuck in an infinite loop
Problem goes away after turning DNS Forwarder off. This is really weird and
I'm hoping its something really simple. . . Is there anything anyone can
think of that could cause this type of thing?