[vpn-help] After Win10-Upgrade: wrong DNS querried / DNS priority wrong?
Alexis La Goutte
alexis.lagoutte at gmail.com
Tue Oct 27 03:13:12 CDT 2015
yes, there is some issue with DNS daemon and Windows 10..
But no active dev on Shrew actually...
On Mon, Oct 26, 2015 at 4:30 PM, Andreas Kolbe <shrew.net at mail.zknet.de>
> Dear Shrew-community,
> I'm a Shrew-user for 2-3 years now - using Shrew Standard together with a
> Fritzbox (german router model), never had any troubles.
> Now after upgrading my running Win8.1 installation to Win10 I experience
> trouble because DNS resolution stopped to go against my DNS at home.
> VPN connection is established. As long as I use IP-addresses everthing is
> fine. If I do a "nslookup <hostname> 192.168.0.101" (.101 being my DNS at
> home) I get the resolved IP for my internal host at home (so I reach the
> DNS) but "nslookup <hostname>" clearly delivers an answer from the
> standard-DNS from my local DNS.
> Within the VPN Site Configuration I have the following settings (excpert
> of what I consider to be relevant):
> [NAME RESOLUTION]
> Enable DNS : ON
> Obtain Automatically : OFF
> Server Address #1 : 192.168.0.101
> Server Address #2-4 : -empty-
> DNS Suffix Obtain Automatically : OFF
> DNS Suffix: <correct suffix>
> Enable WINS : OFF
> Policy Generation Level : shared
> Maintain Persistent Security Associations : OFF
> Obtain Topology Automatically od Tunnel All : OFF
> Remote Network Ressource : Include 192.168.0.0 / 255.255.255.0
> Does anyone have a hint on what to do? Tried uninstall and reinstall. Is
> this about DNS priorities? How do I influence this...? What puzzles me: On
> a second machine, I did a clean Win8 install, upgraded to Win10 and THEN
> installed Shrew VPN... this is working fine!
> Help is really appreciated. - Thanks!
> Best regards from Germany
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