[Dnsmasq-discuss] Interface based DNS names

Kevin Darbyshire-Bryant kevin at darbyshire-bryant.me.uk
Fri Feb 21 08:28:51 UTC 2014

Localise-queries option as well I think. 


Kevin at Darbyshire-Bryant.me.uk {PH}
Sent from my phone, apologies for brevity & spelling.

> On 21 Feb 2014, at 05:30, "Mike O'Connor" <mike at oeg.com.au> wrote:
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> Hi klondike
>> On 21/02/2014 3:29 pm, klondike wrote:
>> In an ideal world, it would be possible to tune the reply depending on
>> the network the request came from to avoid unnecessary routing accross
>> VLANs, for example if a request is sent for router.lan from the
>> network the reply would be but if it is sent from
>> the reply would be this would provide the
>> possibility of having the servers listening on trunk lines with tagged
>> VLANs on the switch so routing would be unnecessary to access them.
> If you use 802.1q vlan and bring the these directly to the router
> (running dnsmasq) and assign the two different networks to the
> interfaces, dnsmasq will just do this correctly.
> dhcp-range=,,4h
> dhcp-range=,,4h
> These lines will just find the correct interface and supply the correct
> DHCP records.
> Mike
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