Thanks Kurt. I don't use tftp so that is not a concern. I was hoping for
something a little easier like the two dnsmasq instances talking to each other
and passing information. Oh well, c'est la vie. So this is not on the roadmap?
> -Original Message-
> From: Kurt H Maier
If I update an external conf file will dnsmasq read in the changes in real
time or do I have to restart it?
On Fri, Mar 2, 2018 at 10:39 AM wrote:
> On 03/02/2018 07:46 AM, Petr Menšík wrote:
> > and then generate your file any way you need. For example in bash
> > echo
On Fri, Mar 02, 2018 at 05:36:35PM +, Donald Muller wrote:
> At the risk of offending Geert I have a question on failover. I found a
> thread from 6 years ago discussing dnsmasq failover. There were a number of
> suggestions made that required enhancements to dnsmasq none of which seem to
Apologies if offended you in some way by emailing this list about some strange
behavior I noticed when testing my dnsmasq setup. I admit that my Linux skills
aren't strong but I am not looking for a consultant. What I was looking for was
some assistance in determining whether the issue
At the risk of offending Geert I have a question on failover. I found a thread
from 6 years ago discussing dnsmasq failover. There were a number of
suggestions made that required enhancements to dnsmasq none of which seem to
have been implemented. Is this a dead idea or something that is still
On 03/02/2018 07:46 AM, Petr Menšík wrote:
and then generate your file any way you need. For example in bash
echo "# Autogenerated file, do not edit by hand" >
for DOMAIN in 2o7.net 2mdm.net
do echo "address=/$DOMAIN/$MYIP" >> /etc/dnsmasq.d/blocked.conf
You can use any script to generate those addresses into separate file.
Dnsmasq is very low overhead server without real built-in scripting for
these things. It already contains lua interpreter, but I think such
features should be left to external scripts instead.
You can already use: