No, the only thing that would matter to the firewall is the destination port, which, since DNS is a
Well Known Service, is always the same. The source port for the querying machine could be
anything; unless the firewall is configured to block outgoing ports, which is just silly, the DNS
server can respond on any port. If the port in question is randomized for each query, it makes
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