Michael A. Alderete wrote:
> [Reposting because there was no response. If I've left critical information out, could you let me
> I have set up my DNS server in m0n0wall's DMZ, using 1:1 NAT, with my server at 192.168.2.2 on the
DMZ network. I've set up the appropriate Proxy ARP settings, and what I think should be the correct
firewall settings to allow outside clients to resolve my domains by accessing my DNS server. And
most of the time it works, I receive mail, handle web requests, etc., as expected.
> However, I do seem to regularly get blocked packets in my firewall logs for what looks like
legitimate DNS requests/responses. Here are some examples from earlier today:
Does this help?