Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] IPv6 RA issues when bound to IPv4

2015-07-16 Thread Simon Kelley
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 Dnsmasq needs to advertise the global address, I think. Receiving RAs shouldn't be a problem, dnsmasq binds the correct multicast address. Cheers, Simon. On 16/07/15 16:27, Michal Zatloukal wrote: Hi all, I'm using dnsmasq (2.68-1ubuntu0.1)

[Dnsmasq-discuss] Help in DNS amplification attack

2015-07-16 Thread @shuToSH Ch@tURveDI
HI, using dnsmasq version 2.70, as mention in CHANGELOG that dns amplification attack has been fixed in this version. but when checked this one https://help.1and1.com/servers-c37684/parallels-plesk-c37703/troubleshooting-c85156/check-for-the-dns-amplification-attack-vulnerability-a791842.html

Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] Help in DNS amplification attack

2015-07-16 Thread Albert ARIBAUD
Hi AS, Le Thu, 16 Jul 2015 11:40:42 +0530, @shuToSH Ch@tURveDI ashutosh.chaturvedi...@gmail.com a écrit : HI, using dnsmasq version 2.70, as mention in CHANGELOG that dns amplification attack has been fixed in this version. but when checked this one

Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] Help in DNS amplification attack

2015-07-16 Thread Albert ARIBAUD
Hi again AS, Le Thu, 16 Jul 2015 15:39:56 +0530, @shuToSH Ch@tURveDI ashutosh.chaturvedi...@gmail.com a écrit : NO, i am using router from LAN i am sending query like (nslookup 1and1.com IP of LAN), and dnsmasq listening on LAN, and WAN Internet reachable. i am also not sure this is

[Dnsmasq-discuss] IPv6 RA issues when bound to IPv4

2015-07-16 Thread Michal Zatloukal
Hi all, I'm using dnsmasq (2.68-1ubuntu0.1) on a machine where the need to run tftpd-hpa along with dnsmasq's own tftp server has arisen (both on just IPv4). I decided to use the secondary IP address feature in Linux networking system to bind tftpd-hpa to the secondary IP address, and set up

[Dnsmasq-discuss] dhcp-range as a set doesn't seem to work for me.

2015-07-16 Thread David Cooper
Hi all, So my question is why does the enclosed config not work? It never seems to activate any of the sets unless I use pxe boot. Here is some background: I have large network. I have 11 subnets that need a dhcp proxy. I have a Network Access Control (NAC) application that has a very limited