Hello all,

I am having a problem with slow resolution on a NATed LAN. The problem

goes away when I turn off packet filtering and returns when I turn it

back on. My filters for DNS resolution seem ok, in that they match the

TIDs on the subject.

The problem manifests as many of the following entries in the DBG.LOG:


resend(id=36878 n=0) -> 205.161.4.131 (53)
resend(id=8213 n=0) -> 192.43.172.30 (53)
resend(id=36878 n=0) -> 205.161.4.131 (53)
resend(id=8213 n=0) -> 192.43.172.30 (53)
resend(id=36878, forwarder) -> 205.244.200.3 (53)
resend(id=8213, forwarder) -> 205.244.200.3 (53)
17 : resend(id=8213 n=1) -> 192.48.79.30 (53)
resend(id=36878 n=1) -> 205.161.4.140 (53)
resend(id=8213 n=1) -> 192.48.79.30 (53)
resend(id=36878 n=1) -> 205.161.4.140 (53)
resend(id=36878 n=0) -> 205.161.4.131 (53)
resend(id=8213 n=0) -> 192.43.172.30 (53)
19 : resend(id=36878 n=2) -> 205.161.4.133 (53)
resend(id=8213 n=2) -> 192.52.178.30 (53)
resend(id=8213 n=2) -> 192.52.178.30 (53)
resend(id=36878 n=2) -> 205.161.4.133 (53)

These messages go away as soon as I disable packet filtering.

Any suggestions on what aspect of the filter might be wrong that would

cause this?

Thx,
Ken
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