A DNS Server *will not* change the IP of the machine, however if these
PCs in the DMZ are configured to obtain their IPs via DHCP instead of
being assigned Static IPs, then you need to either a) fix the DHCP
Server configuration you have or b) assign them Static IPs.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tobias Balle-Petersen
> Sent: Thursday, 5 March 2009 8:29 PM
> Hello list.
> I have machines in my DMZ that are available from the internet (IMAPS
> etc.). To make the machines available to machines on the LAN, I have
> to override the IPs of the public machines using the DNS server on
> This work s fine for machines on the LAN.
> When machines connect to the PPTP VPN from the Internet, they are
> assigned the DNS server on mono. This changes the IPs of the
> available machines. This makes the VPN users loose the connection to
> So what I want to do is:
> Make the machines on the VPN PPTP use a DNS server that does not
> the IPs of the public machines.
> My clients are on OS X 10.5. I can specify a DNS-server for the
> VPN-connection, but it ends up having lower priority than the
> DNS-servers assigned by mono.