[Dnsmasq-discuss] Keeping upstream answers order

Olivier Mauras olivier at core-hosting.net
Fri Aug 21 15:25:35 BST 2015


 

On 2015-08-21 15:36, Carlos Carvalho wrote: 

> The choice of which
IP to use is up to the client, not the dns
> server. The default
algorithm is defined by RFC 6724.
> 
> The only special feature related
to this that dnsmasq has is localise-queries.
> You didn't give the
details for us to know if it's applicable.
> 
>
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Hello
Carlos,

I know that the choice of IP to use is up to the client, but if
the client is configured to use the first one in the list, the answer
through dnsmasq won't give the "expected" result as configured on the
server.
I could indeed override the entry to provide only what's
supposed to come up first in the list, but well... It would make things
easier to just keep the reply as it is...

Cheers,
-O. 
 
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