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Subject: [fw-wiz] DNS in a NAT:ed DMZ ?
Date: Fri Apr 28 2000 - 08:57:14 CDT
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I'm knowledged when it comes to routing, firewalls, unix,dns and such, but
not an expert.
Therefor I know wonder this is it possible to run a public Primary and
secondary DNS in their own DMZs ?
Let me draw it up as best I can:
126.96.36.199 PIX II 188.8.131.52 | Theese two address are
the external ones.
10.10.101.170 10.10.102.172 | Theese two address are the
Primary DNS Secondary DNS | address that is set physically
onto the NICs
Solaris 7 Linux
Bind 8 Bind 8
So the above TOP address are NATED to the ones underneath them.
Is it possible to run a DNSes like this, any help greatly appreciated.
Since I can't get them to work.
If any questions or need more info please mail me.
/Hans - Erik Skyttberg
Boxer TV Access AB