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deong

 
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I'm running the same setup; I have a Linux DNS server that serves out internal IP addresses for my own domains, and I have my wireless router configured to broadcast that as the primary DNS server, and my ISP-supplied DSL router as the secondary server.

Under Snow Leopard, almost universally, requests to my domains would end up getting the external IP address rather than the internal one. I deleted the secondary DNS server from my wireless router configuration, so that my Snow Leopard machines only get one DNS server supplied, the internal one. That fixed the problem, but it would be nice to be able to configure my backup DNS server again.
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