Can anyone tell me where I can find the BIND logs so I can see if DNS requests are hitting the box? The problem Im having is dns resolution from the outside. If I do a nslookup internally on a machine and use the ISPConfig Bind server, dns resolves for the domains Im checking. However, when I do the same dns lookup from outside using my public ip address, I see the traffic hitting the firewall and the firewall is allowing it but the client on the outside is never getting a response. So I want to check to see if dns queries are actually hitting the box because I dont see any response failures on the firewall. I actually sat here and did a tcpdump on the firewall and I see the ISPConfig DNS server, when it initiates traffic on port 53 going to the internet but when traffic comes into the firewall from the outside I never see a response from the ISPConfig server. I see the firewall forwarding the DNS traffice to the ISPConfig DNS server, but again, no response. I checked the server and I see port 53 listening, after all I can do NSLOOKUP´s against the server internally and they work. So Im a bit confused as to why its not working. Should the DNS server point to itself for dns or does that matter, as that server is pointing to 126.96.36.199 for DNS. I know with Windows servers you normally point to itself for dns and then configure a dns forwarder. Any ideas?? Thanks.