On Wed, Jan 01, 2020 at 03:36:33PM +0000, Harry Moyes wrote: > I have a Raspberry Pi configured with two dummy interfaces in addition to > the default Ethernet interface. > > I have a workable configuration on the pi with unbound and NSD on the two > virtual interfaces, and dnsmasq on the Ethernet and loopback interfaces. > > Workable that is with this package loaded. (present default raspbian default > install) > > dnsmasq/stable,now2.76-5+rpt1+deb9u1 all[installed] dnsmasq- > base/stable,now2.76-5+rpt1+deb9u1 armhf [installed,automatic] > > and this config fragment: Why only a fragment?
> bind-interfaces > listen-address=172.25.25.146 } listen-address=127.0.0.1 } server=192.168.55.9 > no-dhcp-interface=eth0 > no-dhcp-interface=dummy0 > no-dhcp-interface=dummy1 > > This setup is fully functional and does all I ask. > > **However** > > I'm actually trying to run pihole-FTL on the Pi, rather than dnsmasq > directly, which I'm told, includes a locally derived version of dnsmasq 2.8. Hopefully is 2.8 a typo. Because dnsmasq is meanwhile at version 2.80 > That derivative version appears to ignore the bind-interfaces directive, and > thus fails to bind the name server ports, even though the specified > interfaces are free. That seems to be the problem. But I fail to see what the problem is. Most likely due incomplete information on the desired configuration. > The developers of that derivative are convinced that functionally their > derivative imports 2.8 in its entirety,simply adds additional monitoring > hooks. > > I'm obviously not expecting assistance with the pihole-FTP but I'd really > appreciate any hints of changes intentional or otherwise, that may affect > the behaviour of "mainline" dnsmasq with respect its behaviour binding the > wildcard interface, that may have taken place between 2.76 and 2.8 to try to > understand where the change in behaviour comes from. > > I'm pretty much convinced I need to build and test a mainline version of > dnsmasq 2.8 from source, to localise where the issue is coming from, > but I thought I'd respectfully ask here in case someone here can point me in > the right direction. Euh? Please be aware that your right direction hasn't to be my right direction. Advice: Make a follow-up posting which describes the wanted configuration, plus working and NON-working parts. Groeten Geert Stappers -- Leven en laten leven _______________________________________________ Dnsmasq-discuss mailing list Dnsmasqfirstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.thekelleys.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/dnsmasq-discuss