[Dnsmasq-discuss] dnsmasq queries external dns servers even if dnsmasq is the authorized server for that domain.
René van Dorst
opensource at vdorst.com
Mon Oct 21 10:33:35 BST 2013
I am using a real domain and using dnsmasq a master authorized server.
Dnsmasq syncs it data to a slave nameserver on the internet.
The slave nameserver get all the all the routerable IPv6 address that are handout by dnsmasq.
So I am able to ping my wifi router by it's ipv6 address.
I think the "auth-zone" is enough to disable the external look-up.
Jim Alles <kb3tbx at gmail.com> , 20-10-2013 3:54:
Just ask it to,
There are other methods of specifying this, but this is for a dnsmasq.conf example:
local=/example.com/ #private queries are only answered locally
Other possibly useful settings:
bogus-priv #blocks private address forwarding
This seems to work the IPv4 address but not IPv6.
This option is used to disable dnsmasq on the specific interface.
domain-needed #blocks incomplete external requests
I got a full domain name as a request like "ND-Wifi.example.com".
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