[Vpn-help] 1.1.0 observation (bug? Maybe)

Peter Eisch peter at boku.net
Thu Oct 5 11:27:50 CDT 2006

On 10/5/06 11:17 AM, "Matthew Grooms" <mgrooms at shrew.net> wrote:

> Peter Eisch wrote:
>> As soon as I put a config in the wild, things seemed to melt.  I'm not fully
>> sure of the scenario or how to correctly gather the information to fix it.
>> The details go like this:
>>   XP system is on a LAN, full DHCP -- nothing static.
>>   The vpn is established (NAT-T:both);
>>   vpn interface is properly populated, routing is correct
>>   DNS config is properly defined
>> Every so often, DNS queries will be presented to the LAN interface's DNS.
>> In most cases, so what.  For internal resources, this can be a killer.
>> This could have been here all along.  When I do my testing, I spent way more
>> time hitting resources out on the net than I did with internal
>> servers/systems.  In the wild 'round these parts the vpn is used primarily
>> for internal access and if they want to roam the 'net they simply drop the
>> VPN.
>> What is the right stuff to collect to help nail this down?  Is there a way
>> to simply remove the other DNS server entries?
>> peter 
> Peter,
> Does your gateway provide split DNS or is there only a DNS server provided?

No split, only a single DNS server in the mode_cfg.

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