I have an OpenWRT router that is running dnsmasq. I want to create a file that has each domain that has been requested through the router. My output should looks something like this:
google.com cnn.com wikipedia.com news.google.com gmail.com
Ideally there wouldn't be any duplicates. I could probably setup a cron job that would remove duplicates if necessary. Right now I'm trying to figure out a good way to log them. I looked at the options for dnsmasq. I found the following options:
-q, --log-queries Log DNS queries. -8, --log-facility=<facilty>|<file> Log to this syslog facility or file. (defaults to DAEMON) --log-dhcp Extra logging for DHCP. --log-async[=<integer>] Enable async. logging; optionally set queue length.
On OpenWRT these settings seem to be buried in the /etc/init.d/dnsmasq file. I tried setting them without any luck. :-( Is there an easier way to accomplish my goal?
Ah! With a little hackery I was able to get it to write to a log file. However, it doesn't have the data I need to create this list. Maybe dnsmasq can't do what I want it to?