On Fri 05 Mar 2004 12:09, Cathal Garvey wrote:
> Jason Corcoran wrote:
> Yupe just forward 53 UDP and TCP to the orange zone DNS server IP. Set
> the NS records for example.com to have one point to your external IP.
>> > I think I am over simplifying how this is done. I have goggled and most
> > of the returns are for setting up dynamic dns.
>> Yup, you're right about that alright!!
>> So DNS on orange zone .. add the port forwarding for Red>Orange (and
> Green>Orange if needed). Strictly speaking you don't need to change your
> Smoothie's resolv.conf (unless your LAN clients use it as a DNS server).
> Finally look at BIND Views, but that's optional.
OK so forward DNS requests ( port 53) to my dns server on my orange zone,
point the NS record to my external (fixed ip) and port forward port 80 from
my smoothwall to my webserver(again in my orange zone) and it should handel
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