[Pdns-users] NAT PowerDNS Server
b.candler at pobox.com
Wed Oct 21 14:48:20 UTC 2020
On 21/10/2020 13:02, jurgen Isaacs via Pdns-users wrote:
> Our contractor setup two DNS servers each with internal and external
> ip . We would like to bind all requests to the private ip and VIP the
> public ip on the firewall to the internal private ip basically running
> all request from outside via the firewall .
> Please can I get information on how to do it if possible and what
> commands to use.
The comprehensive documentation is a good place to start:
Your question isn't clear though, and I don't think you've really
thought it through.
1. Are you talking about PowerDNS Recursor
<https://docs.powerdns.com/recursor/settings.html> or PowerDNS
2. On the one hand you say that the DNS servers have both an internal
and external IP, which suggests there are two interfaces. But then you
talk about a firewall, and the subject line says "NAT".
For binding interfaces, see options "local-address" (for listening for
queries) and "query-local-address" (for packets sent outbound to other
However, it sounds to me like this is actually a networking problem,
i.e. how to configure NAT on your firewall to forward traffic to and/or
from PowerDNS. If so, I don't think it's relevant to the PowerDNS
community. You would be better off talking to your local network
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