The interface is connected to a "Secure Wireless Network" (1xRTT and EVDO) that services a whole bunch of customers (Fire/Police/Ambulance/Governement, etc. The service provider is unable to specify/configure per customer DNS entries on the wireless modems other than their own servers or nothing at all. Hence the need to NAT requests coming in from these devices to our own DNS servers.
We try and stay as far away as possible from statically configuring per client any settings.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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