Instead of using your router IP as a forwarder, try the DNS server IP that your router uses.
Im guessing your router can provide DNS server (via DHCP) information to clients, but not DNS services.
at a command prompt:
and see what nameservers are listed on any of the client machines inside your network.
I have installed Ubuntu 8.04 LTS on a server machine to install Zimbra on, I have followed the The Perfect Server - Ubuntu Hardy Heron and also followed the Instructions as per dwmtractor post referring people to the Wiki listed below.
Ubuntu 8.04 LTS Server (Hardy Heron) Install Guide - Zimbra :: Wiki
I am having a problem though I have set up the DNS as per the instructions in the wiki and can successfully nslookup hosts like goole.com or yahoo.com however when I try to nslookup my host xyz.com.au for example I get the following error
root@mail:~# nslookup xyz.com.au
** server can't find xyz.com.au.xyz.com.au: SERVFAIL
Any ideas why the domain name is being resolved twice ?
The server and address are correct and I can see why it cant find the host, cause the host name is listed twice in the request.
Any ideas ?????
Guys ignore my last post I figured it out :)
I have this exact same problem without a solution. Could the solution be posted please.
Thank you for the reply but I still have the same problem. I can get the proper results for IPs outside of my network, but I get the same error for everything inside my network.
Sorry I left the forum due to attitude problems that I had with one of the employees. I worked all the stuff out then I dumped the product for one that had a friendlier community. I wont help this product when the staff arent willing. Will use my time in communities that are willing to help and make a better, friendlier product.
This may be the wrong attitude and isnt the way I am normally but one of the employees rubbed me up the wrong way bad enuff for me to turn my back on the product.