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Nov
29
comment Why do all my DNS queries resolve to 192.168.1.251?
I've found that giving the WNCE2001 boxes static IPs seems to prevent this happening, fortunately.
Feb
7
comment Why do all my DNS queries resolve to 192.168.1.251?
I think it's the WNCE2001. Pressed the button on it and the one on the router a few times and it's behaving now. Weird though.
Feb
7
comment Why do all my DNS queries resolve to 192.168.1.251?
/etc/hosts and /etc/nsswitch.conf are default and haven't been altered anyway. Plus this has just returned. dig +trace seems to print the version (9.7.3) then says global options: +cmd before listing . 86110 IN NS a.root-servers.net. (repeated through to m.root-servers.net). Then says Received 228 bytes from 8.8.8.8#53, hangs for a bit then says connection timed out; no servers could be reached.
Feb
7
comment Why do all my DNS queries resolve to 192.168.1.251?
I'm at home. On my own 192.168.0 network.
Feb
7
comment Why do all my DNS queries resolve to 192.168.1.251?
I don't have any Windows boxes - I do have a NetGear WNCE2001 which this connects though though. Yet I can browse to IP addresses in and outside my network.
Feb
7
comment Why do all my DNS queries resolve to 192.168.1.251?
I've just had it again. iptables -L shows there aren't any rules setup.
Jan
6
comment Why do all my DNS queries resolve to 192.168.1.251?
No, all machines on the network are of the form 192.168.0.x. The router is at 192.168.0.1.