[Dnsmasq-discuss] Can't ping when using FQDN
guillaume.betous at gmail.com
Fri Nov 8 13:50:46 GMT 2013
Thanks to all for your comments !
1°) localnet seems to work really better !
2°) In my configuration, I also had following modification to do :
- add "nameserver 127.0.0.1" in /etc/resolv.conf of the server
- add "192.168.0.11 <servername>" in /etc/hosts of the server
With all that, I can ping everything from everywere, in every way (hostname
or full name including domain).
2013/11/8 Jim Alles <kb3tbx at gmail.com>
> On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 5:08 AM, Guillaume Betous <
> guillaume.betous at gmail.com> wrote:
> what kind of local domain name can I use ? I thought the .local was
>> reserved for local networks...
> Since both .lan and .local can be problematic under certain circumstances
> (especially public upstream DNS servers, such as google, opendns, and
> others); I have used .localnet, from the dnsmasq FAQ:
> Q: Names on the internet are working fine, but looking up local names
> from /etc/hosts or DHCP doesn't seem to work.
> A: Resolver code sometime does strange things when given names without
> any dots in. Win2k and WinXP may not use the DNS at all and just
> try and look up the name using WINS. On unix look at "options ndots:"
> in "man resolv.conf" for details on this topic. Testing lookups
> using "nslookup" or "dig" will work, but then attempting to run
> "ping" will get a lookup failure, appending a dot to the end of the
> hostname will fix things. (ie "ping myhost" fails, but "ping
> myhost." works. The solution is to make sure that all your hosts
> have a domain set ("domain" in resolv.conf, or set a domain in
> your DHCP server, see below for Windows XP and Mac OS X).
> Any domain will do, but "localnet" is traditional. Now when you
> resolve "myhost" the resolver will attempt to look up
> "myhost.localnet" so you need to have dnsmasq reply to that name.
> The way to do that is to include the domain in each name on
> /etc/hosts and/or to use the --expand-hosts and --domain options.
> Jim A.
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