Hi, I'm attempting to set up dnsmasq in my lab and wish it to be authoritative for various internal test domains. I'm not setting up global DNS as these are all internal-only.
I've setup a minimal config as follows: no-dhcp-interface= no-resolve local-ttl=60 server=ip.of.upstream server=/second.test/172.28.140.10/ auth-server=ns.int.my.domain auth-zone=first.test,172.28.136.0/24 host-record=a1.first.test,172.28.136.10 With the above, I can "dig SOA first.test @localhost" and I get the NS and SOA record. I can also "dig a1.first.test @localhost" and I get the A record and can "dig -x 172.28.136.10 @localhost" and I get the PTR record. However, if I "dig SOA -x 172.28.136.0 @localhost" I see the query, but no answer. Monitoring the logs shows dnsmasq forwarding it upstream. The last paragraph of the man page under auth-zone says that the IP address and subnet is for reverse-DNS queries. Am I missing something? Shouldn't I get the SOA record of the reverse-DNS lookup? Thanks in advance, Gareth _______________________________________________ Dnsmasq-discuss mailing list Dnsmasqfirstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.thekelleys.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/dnsmasq-discuss