would return 184.108.40.206 as the answer rather than the ip address specified by the DNS server. I have placed a packet sniffer between the 675 and the DNS server and verified that the DNS server returns the correct address.
Queries originating from within and answered outside behave normally.
I cannot find this behavior documented anywhere. Is there a way to turn this off? It seems this would be a bug because it prevents running a DNS server on the inside of a 675 that can respond to outside queries properly.
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