[Dnsmasq-discuss] [Cerowrt-devel] Names not resolved on Wireless
simon at thekelleys.org.uk
Thu Oct 10 17:54:09 BST 2013
fix the issue? I fear it might.
On 10/10/13 15:43, Dave Taht wrote:
> Dear Dr. Dnsmasq:
> When cerowrt made the jump between dnsmasq-2.67-test10 and
> dnsmasq-2.67-test17, detection of interfaces other than the first
> started failing. It seems to be related to interfaces that come up
> after dnsmasq starts, as restarting it after the device is fully
> booted works. Have moved forward to 2.67-rc3 to no avail.
> (along the way we migrated from kernel 3.10.11 to 3.10.13 to 3.10.15
> but I doubt that's the issue)
> Hot, fresh, firmware can be had at:
> <knacky> [10:39:25] has anyone had IPv4 DHCP problems in the last two 3.10.x
> builds? currently running 3.10.11-3 and it works flawlessly.
> upgraded to 3.10.13-2 and 3.10.15-1 and both present me with an
> identical issue. upon reboot after upgrading, DHCP leases are no
> longer handed out on the wireless interfaces. disabling and
> re-enabling DHCP on the wireless interfaces will fix the problem, but
> the problem
> <knacky> [10:39:26] returns after a reboot. disable/reenable DHCP on the
> interface will again temporarily fix it.
> <knacky> [10:42:03] also tried a fresh install (using reset to defaults
> option) to avoid anything not properly interpreted from the config of
> the previous version, but still get the same issue.
> On Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 5:30 AM, David Personette<dperson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Just tested again with 3.10.15-2. My OSX (10.8.5) laptop worked, neither my
>> Nexus 7 (2013 w/CM10.2) or my Fedora 19 laptop could resolve DNS over
>> wireless. My wired Linux server (Ubuntu 12.04.3) was working fine as well.
>> Reverted to 3.10.11-3 once more.
>> David P.
>> On Mon, Oct 7, 2013 at 7:40 PM, David Personette<dperson at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I can confirm it as well. I wiped my config back to defaults, and it
>>> wasn't fixed. Reinstalled the 3.10.11-3 build, and restored my configs and
>>> all is well.
>>> David P.
>>> On Mon, Oct 7, 2013 at 7:07 PM, Fred Stratton<fredstratton at imap.cc>
>>>> True for the last two builds. Wired works as expected.
>>>> Is this a problem with the development version of DNSMasq? What is the
>>>> recommended workaround?
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