Our Fotigate Firewall occasionally lists the port 53 (dns) as bittorrent and due to rules blocks it. Thus shutting down internet access. Any thoughts on how this is happening The problem came and left mistriously then just came back again. Fortinet has yet to reply to my guestion. thanks
Most DNS problems are VERY easily troubleshot and identifiable if you can follow the steps a DNS query takes. I would like to share the step-by-step a DNS query takes from the origin to the destination.
This article explains how a domain name may be inadvertently appended to all DNS queries. This exhibits as described below.
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This issue can occur in either of these two scenarios.
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