Does FON device uses DHCP?
You can also enable dhcp-log to see what dnsmasq does/
Chris Green c...@isbd.net , 8/26/2014 10:41 AM:
On Tue, Aug 26, 2014 at 09:54:05AM +0200, Albert ARIBAUD wrote:
Le Mon, 25 Aug 2014 21:55:00 +0100, Chris Green c...@isbd.net a écrit
Dnsmasq does not listen on interface when auth-server interface has /4 suffix.
This does not work, but I don't get any error/warning and dnsmasq is running.
But is does with:
in the upcoming releases.
René van Dorst
/dev/rob0 r...@gmx.co.uk , 25-10-2013 0:06:
On Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 05:28:29PM +0100, Simon Kelley wrote:
On 24/10/13 17:03, Brian Rak wrote:
We've recently undertaken a project to clean up our network, and
lock down all the open DNS resolvers. As you
Only tested with ipv4 with the latest git version.
Dnsmasq doesn't accept:
synth-domain=domain,ip address,ip address,prefix
It does accept:
synth-domain=domain,ip address,ip address
synth-domain=domain, ip address/netmask,prefix
I am using a real domain and using dnsmasq a master authorized server.
Dnsmasq syncs it data to a slave nameserver on the internet.
The slave nameserver get all the all the routerable IPv6 address that are
handout by dnsmasq.
So I am able to ping my wifi router by it's ipv6 address.
I think the
Simon Kelley si...@thekelleys.org.uk , 21-10-2013 15:37:
I've just pushed a change to git that removes this filtering for
internal clients, and that should solve Rene's problem. It does change
behaviour in the case that an auth-zone is not the same as an internal
zone: before, queries for
Dnsmasq queries external dns servers for it's own domain.
I think dnsmasq should not ask external dns servers when dnsmasq is the
authorized server and don't have a record for his domain.
Oct 18 16:14:57 Thirsty dnsmasq:
Does this fix that the CNAME also append the domain or do I understand CNAME
# SmartPhone, HTC HD2
I can lookup HD2 but I can't lookup HD2.EXAMPLE.COM
As workaround I changed the cname to:
It would be useful to always add the dhcp-host name to the DNS even if the
client didn't ask for a DHCP request.
The current workaround is adding a host-record or an entry in /etc/hosts.
But I prefer the one-line configuration option.
Maybe by adding an extra flag like dns to control the