Router source interface for DNS?

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by m0bilitee, May 5, 2008.

  1. m0bilitee

    m0bilitee

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    I'm using an 2800 series router. My carrier is Sprint, and they don't route the IP addresses from my serial link, so when my router does DNS queries out the serial interface, I don't get replies.

    This is a branch location so I don't have a DNS server exposed on the fast ethernet interface. Using NTP works as I can specify the source interface, but I can't figure out how/if I can do this for DNS queries for the router itself. Any ideas from anyone? I've not done much more than simple DNS resolving setups on Cisco routers before. I'm on 12.4.

    Thanks in advance!

    m0b
     
    m0bilitee, May 5, 2008
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