Re: bind 9.2.1 dig problems
Date: 23 Oct 2003 05:50:58 -0700
Good question ... I'm not all that familiar with firewall rules on
linux. I'll play with them and see what I can do. So it looks like I
need to allow requests coming to port 53.
firstname.lastname@example.org (David Efflandt) wrote in message
> OK, which chain is that (OUTPUT?)? That appears to allow opalfire to
> connect its port 53 (domain) to a limited range of ports anywhere, but
> where is the rule to ACCEPT any port from anywhere to dpt:domain on
> opalfire? Your tcpdump posted separately confirms that incoming domain
> (port 53) requests are being refused as network unreachable.
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