Provide Internet Resolving to Client PCs - DNS from Provider
I am trying to configure a network with the following scenario:
Pc --> Switch --> Router --> T1 Data Connection
I have the data connection working with NAT / PAT to my client PC's within the network. I can reach the internal (10.1.x.x) / external network via ping. However, I cannot resolve internet addresses from the client PC's. I can resolve internet addresses from my router (ie ping www.google.com returns the correct info). From what I undertand, I should put the router's address as the DNS Primary server on the PC's network config, then have the router's serial address (internet facing connection) contain an ACL that allows DNS udp traffic?
Can you verify why the following ACL is not working for my connection?
ip address 12.X.X.X 255.255.255.X
ip nat outside
crypto map CM
service-policy output VOIP
ip nat inside source route-map RMAP_1 interface Serial0/0/1:0 overload
access-list 101 permit ip 10.1.0.0 0.0.255.255 any
Re: Provide Internet Resolving to Client PCs - DNS from Provider
Thank you for the reply. I tried inputting the provider's DNS settings on the client PC and I'm still not able to get internet html pages on the computer. The addresses are not resolving to IP's. I can ping external IP addresses, but cannot ping web addresses such as google.com. Is there another access list that I am missing?
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