Thx for answer.
вт, 16 окт. 2018 г., 2:34 Simon Kelley :
> I have to confess I never considered this as a valid possibility, but to
> does make sense, maybe.
> The sane, backward-compatible way to do it might be to extend the syntax
> of auth-soa, to allow a zone name to be included, so your
On 08/10/18 11:39, Bernard CLABOTS wrote:
> => So My iPhone is legit.
> "Servers with knowledge of the client's configuration parameters
> respond with a DHCPACK message to the client. Servers SHOULD NOT
> check that the client's network address is already in use; the
As far as I'm aware, the development tree is in a good state at the
moment, and I'd like to begin the process to release 2.80. Accordingly
I've tagged the first release candidate.
A tarball is available here:
I have to confess I never considered this as a valid possibility, but to
does make sense, maybe.
The sane, backward-compatible way to do it might be to extend the syntax
of auth-soa, to allow a zone name to be included, so your second
auth-soa line would become
On 11/10/18 00:28, Rene 'Renne' Bartsch, B.Sc. Informatics wrote:
> the old root-KSK will be deleted today at 16:00 UTC and the TTLs will
> run out not later than 48 hours.
> Does Dnsmasq support IETF RFC 5011 or are there any plans to implement
> IETF RFC 5011?
No, and probably
On Thu, Oct 11, 2018 at 7:08 PM Алексей Кузнецов <
> # My zones and their subnets
> # SOA config
> # Slave
I've submitted an Ubuntu bug-report here:
- systemd breaks resolvconf-dependent DNS
- Install dnsmasq with systemd.
- The script in /etc/dhcp/dhclient-enter-hooks.d/resolvconf defines