I'm running dnsmasq 2.77 on FreeBSD-11.1-RELEASE. dnsmasq was installed
from FreeBSD's package repository.
It's running on a gateway host with two Intel interfaces, originally named
igb0 and igb1 by the kernel. I've made use of FreeBSD's interface renaming
feature to rename these 'lan' and 'wan'. I've also created a lan.129 vlan
# ifconfig -l
lan wan lo0 pflog0 lan.129
I have tried to configure dnsmasq to listen only on 'lan' and 'lan.129'
(plus the implicit 'lo0') with the following directives:
However, after a restart, dnsmasq is still listening on all interfaces (*)
# sockstat -l | grep "USER\|dnsmasq"
USER COMMAND PID FD PROTO LOCAL ADDRESS FOREIGN
nobody dnsmasq 43007 4 udp4 *:67 *:*
nobody dnsmasq 43007 8 udp4 *:53 *:*
nobody dnsmasq 43007 9 tcp4 *:53 *:*
nobody dnsmasq 43007 10 udp6 *:53 *:*
nobody dnsmasq 43007 11 tcp6 *:53 *:*
I also tried 'except-interface=wan', with the same result.
I can try setting the interfaces back to their original names, but that
will be service disrupting for my users. Before I try that can anyone
suggest what might be wrong here?
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