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Old 20th March 2006, 16:11
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Default IPCop & Copfilter: Using IPCop DNS from Orange.

hello, can anyone tell me if this is possible or if it is so, please tell me how.

i have a webserver on my orange network and would like it to be able to use my IPCop as DNS like my workstations on the green network. so far, i have opened a dmz pinhole from webserver to my IPcop ip UDP 53 and this is not working.

i used to have m0n0wall and was able to perform this setup. unfortunately, m0n0wall does not have any content filtering. so i am back with ipcop.

thanks for any input.
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Old 20th March 2006, 23:20
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Basically, it should work.

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i have a webserver on my orange network and would like it to be able to use my IPCop as DNS like my workstations on the green network. so far, i have opened a dmz pinhole from webserver to my IPcop ip UDP 53 and this is not working.
Please also open port 53 TCP.
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