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/etc/ethers is not being read by dnsmasq

I recently configured dnsmasq on Raspbian, and everything was working perfectly except that /etc/ethers wasn't being read (yes, I did uncomment read-ethers and remember to restart dnsmasq) - the ...
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Dnsmasq running on raspberry pi will serve non-local DNS to ethernet but not wireless hosts

I have a Linksys WRV200 wireless router. I have just added a raspberry pi, connected via ethernet, working as a DCHP server and caching DNS server. Dnsmasq also serves local domain names. Dnsmasq ...
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Using dnsmasq with NetworkManager

It was well known that NetworkManager does not play well with dnsmasq (ref: here). I've skimmed throught the lengthy discussion here but still not sure what the recommended way to deal with the ...
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191 views

dnsmasq doesn't provide IP address to udhcpc

We have an embedded Linux device using udhcpc to get a DHCP IP address and a Wifi access point that provides it. Originally the WAP used udhcpc as well and this worked fine, but in order to add DNS ...
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In OS X, how can I prepend 127.0.0.1 to the list of DNS servers obtained through DHCP?

I am trying to use dnsmasq to resolve certain known domains using its configuration, but let the rest of the requests go through to the normal DNS server assigned by DHCP. I cannot get this to work. ...
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1answer
181 views

Home Router (DD-WRT) and using DMASQ for a host via dynamically assigned via DHCP

I have a home Home Router (DD-WRT) and I want to be able to look up machines via hostname. However, I would like to do this with machines where the IP Address id dynamically given via DHCP. Example ...
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1answer
178 views

DNS server returns valid IP, but browser can't find server?

OK so I have my Raspberry Pi running a DNS server (dnsmasq), and I have my router set up to use it as the DNS server for the whole network. This was working perfectly until a few hours ago when I ...
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Setting up DNS server inside network

OK so here's a little problem I have: I'm trying to set up my Raspberry Pi as a DNS server (for filtering and caching). The Raspberry Pi is in my network, and has a DHCP IP from the router. The DNS ...
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4answers
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How to skip pushing the default gateway via DHCP in OpenWRT?

I have a router with OpenWRT that I want to resolve IP addressing with DHCP without setting a default gateway. I have added a DHCP-Option parameter with value 3,0.0.0.0 that is supposed to set the ...
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1answer
147 views

Restrict static IPs (Only DHCP) on Debian Squeeze

How can i restrict access to the Internet for users with static IPs? Can i disable free dhcp leasing? I'm running Debian Squeeze with dnsmasq as dhcp server. All users has their own ip, mapped to ...
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How to use dnsmasq with DHCP-assigned DNS servers?

TL;DR version: How do I configure dnsmasq to fall back to the DNS servers pointed to by the DHCP server on my LAN, to enable switching wireless networks? On my developer laptop I've recently started ...
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Windows not recognizing local network domain name

I'm setting up a small network for a club that I'm a member of. The layout is a single server with two ethernet interfaces, connected to a wireless router and a wireless bridge. The bridge connects to ...
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5answers
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DDWRT serving additional DNS servers instead of just the router's IP

I have a DD-WRT router set up with DNSMasq to resolve certain domains to internal addresses and pass everything else thru. The router itself is configured to use Google's public DNS servers to resolve ...
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2answers
4k views

dnsmasq without altering /etc/hosts file manually

I've trying to get dnsmasq working as a combined dns and dhcp server. It's infuriating so far... In short, the DNS works fine for anything added to /etc/hosts, and the dhcp works fine, but the dhcp is ...
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DD-WRT: DNSMasq expand-hosts not working

I have a Linksys router running DD-WRT (Firmware: DD-WRT v24-sp2 (09/08/09) mini). I have it successfully resolving the DNS names for my DHCP-assigned systems, but only when I fully-qualify those ...