Dear all,

on the dnsmasq man page, I found the following:

    Negative replies from upstream servers normally contain time-to-live
    information in SOA records which dnsmasq uses for caching. If the
    replies from upstream servers omit this information, dnsmasq does
    not cache the reply. This option gives a default value for
    time-to-live (in seconds) which dnsmasq uses to cache negative
    replies even in the absence of an SOA record. 

However, when specifying a local record using, e.g.,
"server=/" and querying this domain from dnsmasq, it
seems like the clients aren't getting a TTL value with this A/AAAA query.

Is it possible to have dnsmasq sending out a TTL for locally defined

Best regards,

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