Subject tag [Dovecot] is gone

Reindl Harald h.reindl at
Fri Jun 13 10:19:24 UTC 2014

Am 13.06.2014 12:17, schrieb Reindl Harald:
> Am 13.06.2014 12:09, schrieb Nick Edwards:
>> On 6/11/14, Jost Krieger <Jost.Krieger+dovecot at> wrote:
>>> On Wed Jun 11 12:03:24 2014, Reindl Harald wrote:
>>>> Cisco routers by default mangle DNS traffic, break zone transfers
>>>> or even put befor all CNAME blocks a $TTL 0 line never appeared
>>>> on the master until you disable DNS ALG for UDP and TCP
>>> I believe that Cisco equipment will do such things, but I doubt it's the
>>> routers. Unless you plug a firewall card in.
>> think he means junk like PIX, I've never seen a 7200, 7300, 10K, or
>> any ASR do that
> and even the small Cisco 6 years ago supplied by our ISP
> did the same - most likely you just don't realize it if
> you are not hoster of public nameservers and have one of
> them in front of and one behind the NAT

here you go:

and here you go to disable this dumb behavior:
no ip nat service alg udp dns
no ip nat service alg tcp dns

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