[Dnsmasq-discuss] override public records
mysql.jorge at decimal.pt
Sun Jun 14 10:37:55 BST 2009
> Yap it works, when dnsmasq overrides from /etc/hosts, it should attrib
> TTL to the it, it stays with zero TTL.
> Just to avoid this:
> Peixe:~# host -v -t a mail.domain.pt
> Query about mail.domain.pt for record types A
> Trying mail.domain.pt ...
> Query done, 1 answer, authoritative status: no error
> mail.decimal.pt 0 IN A 192.168.1.222
> !!! mail.domain.pt A record has zero ttl
And now you DO get pointed to the man page:
Yes, I did as Simon said, it's working!
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