I'm trying to set up my network to go through a Linux machine using a cached DNS (via named on the Linux machine) and to do IP Masq. Everything works fine but for two things I can't resolve.
1) The machine keeps dialing out even though there are no outgoing requests as far as I can make out (using a network with a mixture of Windows NT and Window 95 machines). This is even with Cached DNS disabled.
2) When dialled in with Cached DNS enabled I get a constant stream of communication between the root DNS servers. Also dialling out gets worse (it's wants to be online ALL the time) - whats going on here?
sorry about formatting it's a bit tricky submitting here :)
So the questions are: How do I stop it dialling out all the time - and whats with the communication with DNS when no DNS requests have been made (should this be happening and if not why is it happening?)
Make sure that your local DNS server contains data (A and PTR) for local hosts and lists itself as the NS for your local domain. What do you use for dial on demand, try diald it has reasonable filtering
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