First of all: that's not me who want to use bind. I want to
use djbdns. But that's not depends on me.
So, I have a "little" problem. My wonderful bind config
doesn't work. The scenario:
The bind is on PROXY. I had to create a local DNS zone containing
the LAN addresses. So, I setup zone file and reverse address for
the local machines. The local domain called intranet (what's a surprise!)
and that's not work. Every other DNS query should go out to
name servers which are in the forwarders option. I have
search intranet and nameserver 127.0.0.1 rows in resolv.conf.
I also have query source port 53 in the options of named.
The ipchains MASQ the local clients queries to Mailserver's
IMAP,POP3 and SMTP port. They only access the web via squid.
The usable ports are 80,443,21. So, what's wrong with the
DNS setup, what sholud I change. This setup worked when the
mail server was inside the LAN and the local DNS was on it. The bind on
the (post) mail server forwarded every query which was not in its
cache, the bind on the proxy server got and forwarded it.
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