Fetchmail/Sendmail problem after installing FC2
alexander.dalloz at uni-bielefeld.de
Mon Jun 14 14:00:10 UTC 2004
Am Mo, den 14.06.2004 schrieb Colin Paul Adams um 15:43:
> I have bind running on my firewall machine (though since that is
> running Redhat 7.2, it may well be an old version (9.1.0-10, in fact).
> If I run dig command on that machine, I get the correct answer,
> whether I use the -t flag or not.
> If I run dig from my main machine, the query without the -t flag (or
> with -t A) times out, but the query with -t MX returns instantly, with
> the correct answer from the firewall machine.
Any iptables settings active on the workstation host? Run "iptables -L
-n -v" to see. Blocking UDP/TCP port 53 in FORWARD?
> resolve.conf has a line
> nameserver 10.0.1.1, which is the IP address of my firewall
> machine. (on the firewall machine, resolv.conf has the line nameserver
That is correct. The /etc/hosts file has the required localhost IP
> Colin Paul Adams
If you query a different DNS server than your router, does it change
anything on the workstation?
dig -t ANY 3dsafety.com @dns1.earthlink.net
Or if you explicitly use TCP for queries?
dig +tcp -t ANY 3dsafety.com [@dns1.earthlink.net]
Here the domain resolves proper, although it has a "strange" SOA set:
3dsafety.com. 86400 IN SOA localhost.
hostmaster.earthlink.net. 2003082000 86400 900 2592000 86400
Do you have same resolution problems with other domains too?
Alexander Dalloz | Enger, Germany | GPG key 1024D/ED695653 1999-07-13
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