[Dnsmasq-discuss] dnsmasq - Is it possible to force www.localnet
to be resolved by forward servers
thomas.r.jones at ntlworld.com
Sat Dec 3 10:01:06 GMT 2005
I solved the problem by hashing
If I read the notes correctly, if this is enabled, this stops localnet
being looked up from the forward name servers, if not found in
On 2 Dec 2005, at 20:53, Simon Kelley wrote:
> Thomas Jones wrote:
>> I have had a quick look in the archives, but can't find anything
>> relating to a question I have.
>> I've got a problem where our ISP has host www.localnet, I was
>> wandering if it is possible to set specific hosts i.e. www in my
>> domain to be looked up at the forward servers, defined in
>> /etc/resolve.conf ?, at the moments it just comes back with no such
>> host, as it's not defined in /etc/hosts file.
> There's no reason why www.localnet shouldn't be passed through anyway,
> as long as it's not in /etc/hosts or the DHCP set.
> It's probably worth adding
> to /etc/dnsmasq.conf to see what's happening.
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