[Dnsmasq-discuss] DHCP over 2 NICs
Hullen at t-online.de
Wed Feb 29 10:10:00 GMT 2012
Du meintest am 28.02.12:
>>>> Just for curiosity:
>>>> a) should we delete a line
>>> Yes, of course.
> To be clear, if there are NO "interface=" lines, then dnsmasq will
> respond to all interfaces.
But something doesn't work - see my other mail in this thread.
Without any "interface=" line: Thunderbird mailing doesn't work, getting
a DHCP address doesn't work.
> If there are ANY "interface=" lines, it
> will respond to just those interfaces, but it will always respond to
> loopback interfaces, you don't need to list them.
Just tested: without "interface=lo" mailing with Thunderbird doesn't
> Going back to the original problem: look in the logs. If you see
> nothing, then the problem is access control (interface=, address=) or
But the problem seems to be related only with the existence or non-
existence of the "interface=" lines.
> If you see lines saying there's no address range available,
> then the dhcp-range is wrong and doesn't match the address of the
No such line.
> Take firewall configuration seriously: it trips up lots of people.
see above: with existing "interface=" lines most things work well.
What still doesn't work: getting a DHCP IP address for the second NIC.
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