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I havent used nslookup in some time, but doesnt that result mean that the name resolution was performed against 18.104.22.168 and not 192.168.1.51 (which I assume is your router)? I'd guess that somehow your computer is not using your dnsmasq instance to do name resolution.
If this is indeed a dynamically updated zone (allow-update / update-policy specified), it is not safe to edit the zone file directly! In such a setup it is BIND that maintains the zone file; buffering changes in the journal file (.jnl) and rewriting the zone file itself periodically. All changes to the zone data are expected to happen through the dynamic ...
You probably need to add 127.0.0.1 to the jail, as jails will forbid binding to anything but the jail ip. But, if you want to confine mongo just to the jail, maybe a better idea would be to firewall it ... using 127.0.0.1 in jail could be wrong from security point of view.
Sticky connections allow you to maintain a single WAN per remote IP, but that's not enough for some sites as they involve communicating with different IPs. I generally recommend not load balancing HTTPS for that reason. In most networks it doesn't use a significant amount of bandwidth, and doing only failover for HTTPS eliminates nearly all the problem ...
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