[Dnsmasq-discuss] Assign a domain by tag?

Jonathan Fisher jonathan at springventuregroup.com
Thu Sep 10 14:36:20 BST 2015

Is there a way to assign a domain to a tag? The option:

-s, --domain=<domain>[,<address range>[,local]]

Gives you the ability to assign it to an IP range, but not a tag. If no,
could that be added as an enhancement? The use case here is that I want my
windows machines that are joined to ActiveDirectory to use the windows
subdomain as their default domain. Right now, I have any lookups for the
windows subdomain go to dnsmasq, which forwards then to the AD servers, but
their default domain is not correct which causes a few problems.

Also, just wanted to say thanks for a high quality product. We use dnsmasq
on a 400 client network in a redundant configuration using keepalived and
some ionotify scripts to keep the leases fiile in sync. Works like a charm
and way easier to configure than Bind!


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