[Dnsmasq-discuss] Problems using 'split horizon' approach
simon at thekelleys.org.uk
Thu Aug 4 17:35:36 BST 2005
Dave Ewart wrote:
>>The workaround is to add the CNAME to /etc/hosts on the dnsmasq machine,
>>so that it gets answered locally.
> Well, I don't *think* that's happening, since there are no
> publically-defined CNAMEs which don't also exist in /etc/hosts.
In that case I'm bewildered.
> restarted dnsmasq, which clears the 'contamination' and have started
> tcpdump on port 53 with a shed load of verbosity, so hopefully I can
> find out what requests are making this happen.
That would be valuable information.
It might be work turning on query-logging in dnsmasq too, and sending
the dnsmasq process SIGUSR1 after it becomes confused. That will
generate a dump of the contents of the cache.
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