I noticed that dnsmasq often wasn't sending any unsolicited RAs for me. This turned out to happen when the interface (a bridge interface) wasn't created yet at the time dnsmasq started. When dnsmasq is started after the interface is created, it sends RAs as expected. I assume this also extends
Watching the packets going in and out of the router, I think the problem relates to this being on a multi-tenant firewall. That's beyond the scope of this list. As a work around until I get that sorted, what should I set in the mean time so that dnsmasq does not to forward any DNS queries? I
It looks like dnsmasq is forwarding the queries to the upstream servers, but never getting any answers, so it never answers the original requestor. If you have other servers in the /etc/resolv.conf of the requestor, then they will be used after the query to dnsmasq has timed out (assuming the
> It's likely to be a problem with one or more of the upstream > servers. I suggest setting the dnsmasq "log-queries" option > and then examining what servers the slow query was sent to, > and how long they took to reply, or of they didn't reply at all. Thanks, Simon. Adding "log-queries" and
It's likely to be a problem with one or more of the upstream servers. I suggest setting the dnsmasq "log-queries" option and then examining what servers the slow query was sent to, and how long they took to reply, or of they didn't reply at all. Cheers, Simon On 10/05/18 07:35, Lars Noodén
On 05/08/2018 05:16 PM, Dominik wrote: Hey Simon, removing the upper limit will not change anything except for the few users that have set this value manually to a very large number. However, if they did so they were surely not expecting that dnsmasq could just ignore their setting.
On 09/05/18 10:21, Dominik DL6ER wrote: > Dear Geert and mailinglist members, > >> Thing I wonder about is how the cache size clipping was discovered. > I recently sent a SIGUSR1 to our dnsmasq because a user said that some > queries have continuously been answered NXDOMAIN although they >
Hello, I am using dnsmasq on my router to serve up LAN host names and would like all other queries to pass through to the ISP's DNS servers. I seem to have some mild misconfiguration of dnsmasq.conf slowing down new queries for external addresses. Within the TTL subsequent queries are fast.