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    DNS and Guest Network

    We have a Guest Network that currently only provides Internet Access for Users. We have a DNS server sitting on the Subnet with forwarder set for our ISP DNS.

    All is fine except for our own externally available systems such as owa and our website. All clients are given the Smoothwall (transparent) as the Default Gateway apart from the DNS server that goes straight bypassing Smoothwall. I have put in forward lookup zones on the dns server and access is permitted through the switch.

    The DNS server can resolve our systems fine, ie on IE, Clients can't.

    Anyone have any ideas on how I can get these clients to resolve our hosted systems?

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    You most likely need to use the Zone Brodging option in Smoothwall to provide access to the relevant interface and ports for each of the hosted systems.

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