On 08/05/2017 11:43 AM, /dev/rob0 wrote:
Yes, there is an option you can use in dnsmasq.conf to change the
nameserver[s] given to DHCP clients, but why do you want that? See the
dnsmasq(8) manual for details.
one possibility is on an AD network where all device DNS lookups go through the
AD controller... the AD controller then talks to dnsmasq running on the
perimeter firewall and handles the lookups to outside DNS servers... everything
inside the AD network being restricted to the AD network so no individual
devices can make lookups outside... they can only talk to the AD controller for
DNS and the AD controller can only talk to dnsmasq for DNS... the AD controller
is not the perimeter device for traffic headed outside of the AD network... the
perimeter firewall running dnsmasq is, though...
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