I have problem with dns lookup for my cisco 881 routers. I have a copule off remote office with dynamic public ip adress and trying go get dynamic dns to work.
To updade the service the router need to connect to the dyn dns service by the domain name, but it fails.
And for example if I ping www.google.com I get the response: Translating www.google.com...domain server (220.127.116.11) (18.104.22.168) (22.214.171.124) % Unrecognized host or address, or protocol not running.
I have configured "ip domain name" with my domain and "ip name-server 126.96.36.199."
Can't figure out what's wrong and why the router can't resolve domain names. Any idéas?
(Name server 188.8.131.52 and 34 are from my ISP. Why are the router trying to use that when i have spceicied 184.108.40.206 as my ip name-server? Both name servers are working if I use them from a pc behind the router so that's not the problem, but it wuld be interesting to know the router is trying to use them)
Since you have told us that these routers have dynamic IP addresses it is logical to assume that .33 and .34 are passed to the router in the DHCP assignment that gives them their IP addresses.
It would be helpful to know what happens if the 881 attempts to ping some Internet resource via IP address (and not by name so that DNS is not part of what is involved). So for example, what happens if the router attempts to ping 220.127.116.11?
It might help us to understand what is going on if you would post the output of show ip interface brief. And seeing the config of the 881 might also be helpful.
It is helpful to know that ping by address works and that DNS works if you remove the access list. That certainly indicates that there needs to be an entry in the access list to permit DNS traffic to the router.
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