[Pdns-users] pdns error sendto
Liong Kok Foo
kokfoo.liong at innity.com
Mon Feb 28 02:36:50 UTC 2011
I turned off the firewall over the weekend to see if the firewall is the
one causing this error. True enough, the error did not show in the logs.
This means that somehow the APF firewal is blocking port 53 which I have
already opened. Double and Triple and Quadruple and ... checked the
settings. Do not understand what's the problem.
Maybe someone can shed some light? What other iptables firewall you guys
are using for CentOS? I used APF because it is something easy to
configure and it was working fine years ago when I started using it.
Unfortunately the developed has ceased to provide support.
Liong Kok Foo
On 2/26/2011 7:55 PM, Leen Besselink wrote:
> On 02/25/2011 07:46 AM, Liong Kok Foo wrote:
>> I have double checked and I did configured the firewall port 53
>> tcp/udp. Could it possible there are other port that need to be opened.?
>> I am using APF firewall. If anyone is also using that, please share
>> your configuration.
>> If it's not firewall, where else can I look? What other logs?
> Sorry for the late reply.
> It is not the firewall on some network device.
> It is the firewall (like iptables, ipf or pf) on the machine running the
> PowerDNS server.
> Hope that helps, if you haven't solved it already
>> Liong Kok Foo
>> On 2/21/2011 5:31 PM, Marc Haber wrote:
>>> On Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 02:07:00PM +0800, Liong Kok Foo wrote:
>>>> Sorry for my noobness, but could you explain on what you mean by local
>>>> packet filter? Do you mean firewall? If yes, then what port do I look?
>>>> FYI, I have open port 53 tcp/udp for outgoing and incoming.
>>> That should be enough, if it was done right.
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