[Dnsmasq-discuss] lost feature in 2.57 update (FreeBSD)
bcook at poughkeepsieschools.org
Tue Mar 15 17:40:46 GMT 2011
I guess I need to retract my initial statement..
I would have to say it was 2.56 which caused the problem.
I have since updated to 2.57 and uncommented my dhcp-host=pcsd-0000 and
have no errors.
So I guess its working; will have to check to make sure but..
If I already have:
would I have to add a second entry:
or can I combine them?
I was reading through the config and I know I've seen that explained
before but just can't seem to find it again to confirm..
Found it dnsmasq.conf.example..
# Never offer DHCP service to a machine whose Ethernet
# address is 11:22:33:44:55:66
# Ignore any clients which are specified in dhcp-host lines
# or /etc/ethers. Equivalent to ISC "deny unknown-clients".
# This relies on the special "known" tag which is set when
# a host is matched.
Why does my #known do the same thing? And the example says !known..
On 3/15/11 12:20 PM, Simon Kelley wrote:
> B. Cook wrote:
>> I have ignore set for my dhcpd server.
>> and what I used to have was an entry for a *machine name* (not a mac).
>> dnsmasq would allow that machine name on, and I had a script that would
>> parse the logs and add that special machine names MAC to the 'allowed list'
>> with 2.57 (updated from 2.55) it sees that machine name as an error.
>> What can I do to possibly get that 'feature' back?
> Do you mean that 2.57 spits an error when it encounters
> in the configuration file? Any particular error message?
>> second question.
>> Unrelated to the first one.
>> If I have a machine pcsd-12345 is there a way that I can *deny* that
>> machine name?
>> Thanks in advance.
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