I didn't because it seemed wrong, generally speaking the last entry for a
given keyword should override former if dups are allowed at all. In any
case I just tried and that's what happened, with
host.better started to resolve and host.good no longer resolved.
that said it's true that the most recent hit on the ML for "multiple
domain" did mention a similar setup with two domain lines altho it had two
On Mon, Feb 20, 2017 at 6:55 PM richardvo...@gmail.com <
> Have you tried using more than one domain= line?
> On Mon, Feb 20, 2017 at 6:57 PM, Spike <sp...@drba.org> wrote:
> Dear all,
> first time poster here so first things first, thanks to all of you that
> have worked on dnsmasq, all of us here have greatly benefited for years
> from this great piece of software.
> Second, my google-fu and manpage reading are failing me and I can't seem
> to find a way to have dnsmasq resolve queries for multiple domains. I've
> found some posts from 2008 about introducing the feature and a recent one
> about multiple domains, but for different ranges.
> What I'm dealing with is a change of domain, so right now dnsmasq.conf has
> domain=good and eventually it will be domain=better , but during the
> transition phase it would be useful if it could be domain=good,better so
> that queries for host.good and host.better resolve to the same dhcp-host
> is that possible? what's the actual syntax? The manual mentions "domainS",
> plural, but not if there is a particular syntax to specify them and comma
> does not work (for example for local it specifically mentions
> I guess the alternative if the above isn't possible would be to allow any
> kind of domain to basically be ignored so that entries are returned as long
> as the host path matches (this is just during the transition phase so it
> would be ok)
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