On 30/10/2019 07:33, Carlos Gustavo Sarmiento wrote:
> Hey Everyone,
> 
> I'm testing an installation of dnsmasq on Ubuntu with two separate DHCP
> ranges that get assigned based on the mac address of the device.
> 
> ```
> ...
> dhcp-range=10.1.0.100,10.1.0.200,12h
> dhcp-range=net:iot,10.1.60.1,10.1.60.200,12h
> 
> dhcp-mac=iot,00:08:5d:*:*:*
> ...
> ```
> 
> I use dnsmasq as a DNS server and currently have it configured with
> 
> ```
> ...
> local=/somedomain.local/
> ...
> ```
> 
> Which means that for devices on both  DHCP ranges they respond to
> `{hostname}.somedomain.local`.
> 
> I'm trying to figure out if there is a way to configure dnsmasq so that
> devices on the general range respond to `{hostname}.somedomain.local`
> but devices on the iot range respond to `{hostname}.iot.somedomain.local`
> 
> I'll be very grateful for any help I can get,
> 

Look at the --domain configuration option in the manpage - that allows
you to do exactly what you want.


Cheers,

Simon.


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