Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] Sending RA without dhcp-range

2014-01-17 Thread Simon Kelley
On 17/01/14 14:21, Shixiong Shang wrote: Hi, Simon and Albert: Thank both of you for quick response! According to the man page online, the mode like “ra-only”, and “ra-stateless” are only used as part of “dhcp-range” option. However, this will also turn dnsmasq to DHCPv6 server, which I try to

Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] Sending RA without dhcp-range

2014-01-17 Thread Simon Kelley
On 17/01/14 14:30, Shixiong Shang wrote: Just think out loud, can I use those modes with “—dhcp-range” so RA will be sent, and then use “--no-dhcp-interface=“ to disable DHCPv6 on the corresponding interface? No. --no-dhcp-interface= will disable RA too. There's no seperate access-control for

Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] Ability to delegate to one server but fall back to another after NXDOMAIN?

2014-01-17 Thread Jesse Glick
Seems I accidentally sent my previous reply to Simon directly; sorry about that. In any case On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 12:30 PM, Simon Kelley si...@thekelleys.org.uk wrote: There's a (very old) patch in contrib/try-all-ns that would make a starting point This does not apply against trunk, so I

Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] Sending RA without dhcp-range

2014-01-17 Thread Shixiong Shang
Hi, Simon: Truly appreciate your further clarification! The use case I am dealing with now is, there is another DHCPv6 server (stateful or stateless) on the same link. Dnsmasq only needs to send RA to trigger DHCPv6 Solicit in the same way router does. Being said, is it possible that we can