I've got a home network: three hosts on OS X and printer. All the devices are wireless and connected into a network via Actiontech T1200H router which is also provides internet. One computer(MacPro) works as a server and never switched off.
But for now DNS and DHCP services provided by router (which I've got from my ISP)...
Is it possible to use Dnsmasq to override the services provided by router?
port=5353 interface=en2 dhcp-range=192.168.1.70,192.168.1.250,12h # Static IP addresses for home WLAN: dhcp-host=c8:bc:c8:d4:b9:e8,my.macbookpro.local,192.168.1.60 dhcp-host=80:00:6e:f1:c3:4a,my.macpro.local,192.168.1.61 dhcp-host=84:85:06:97:4C:95,my.ipad.local,192.168.1.62 dhcp-host=00:26:ab:6c:f7:fc,my.epson.local,192.168.1.63 expand-hosts domain=drew-sh.org # My router's IP: dhcp-option=option:router,192.168.1.254 # Web dev settings: address=/.dev/127.0.0.1 # to listen for DHCP and DNS requests on addresses: listen-address=127.0.0.1 # Google public DNS: server=220.127.116.11 server=18.104.22.168
I've restarted dnsmasq multiple times, but old IP addresses of all devices did not change... What am I doing wriong?
after I logged in to my router and go to WAN Settings I've found this options:
Select the ISP protocol below. PPPoE * RFC 1483 via DHCP RFC 1483 via Static IP`
and when I switch to
PPPoE (by default it is
RFC 1483 via DHCP) getting:
Enter your PPP username and password. PPP Username: PPP Password:
Is that what you mean by "specific ISP/gateway combination for administrative password"?