[CentOS] DNS Issues

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Thu Jan 8 21:38:55 UTC 2009

on 1-8-2009 4:28 AM Kai Schaetzl spake the following:
> Per Qvindesland wrote on Thu, 08 Jan 2009 12:50:59 +0100:
>> I have a pptp vpn server that works just fine except from dns, I can ping a
>> server and it will resolv but no packages are being received,
> Maybe it's just me, but I don't understand this. Does "except from dns" mean 
> you have some problem against it from your DNS server? Or should it have been 
> "except for"? If the latter, I then don't understand the next sentence: which 
> packages? If you can ping it and if the hostname gets resolved there 
> definitely *are* packages getting received. Maybe a more verbose example of 
> what you do and what fails would help?
> Kai
Its not you, I didn't get what the OP was asking either, so I was just going
to ignore it until someone else spoke up.

Do packages = packets or do
packages = software packages.

Maybe the OP can ask on a list that speaks their native language. It might be
easier to describe the problem.

Or at least post the best way you can translate, and add a paragraph in your
native tongue in case someone on the lists can understand better.

Native language list would probably be easier for the OP.

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