If you have DNS Forwarder enabled in your setup, m0n0wall by default
sets itself as DNS server and sends that info via dhcp.
If you're setting up a windows client to use PPTP, you can bypass that
in the client configuration. Check out the TCP/IP configuration, you can
manually add a DNS server. Thus, enabling you to do name resolution when
connecting via PPTP.
Hope this help,
Pat Ellison wrote:
> Hi All....
> M0n0wall is just so kool!
> So far I have just one question, when a pptp client connects his dns is set
> to 192.168.10.1 (m0n0wall's ip) but my dns box is .10 why does m0n0wall do
> this? How is dns resolution supposed to work with pptp?