Do you have enabled DNS forwarder under Services > DNS forwarder?
I would try to disable it, so monowall should assign the address of the
DNS server instead of monowalls ip address.
On 13/02/14 22:34, Brian Lloyd wrote:
> I run dual-stack at my office. Some of the things I am doing require
> forward and inverse DNS lookups on the local net so I am running a
> separate bind server on my main server. I am still using m0n0wall to do
> When I try to enter the IPv6 address of my DNS server on the m0n0wall
> General Setup page I get the error: "A valid IP address must be specified
> for the primary/secondary/tertiary DNS server." But I notice that my
> clients are getting served the IPv6 address of the router as the secondary
> DNS. Of course, when a client chooses to use IPv6 to query the name server
> for inverse lookups, this fails because the router does not server the
> in-addr zone and it doesn't seem to be forwarding those queries to my
> internal DNS server.
> Any suggestions?
> (version 1.8.1 running on a generic PC)