[Dnsmasq-discuss] Only DNS server over DHCPv6
simon at thekelleys.org.uk
Thu Sep 10 22:23:11 BST 2015
This is complicated by the fact that router advertisements can provide
DNS-server addresses as well.
I think, that you want the Fritzbox to continue to do RA, and the Pi to
do stateless-DHCPv6. The configuration you give will make dnsmasq do RA
as well, which is likely to confuse things.
instead of the dhcp-range you have for IPv6. That will just to stateless
DHCPv6, and not RA.
On 09/09/15 18:41, Hans Schmidt wrote:
> I am having some problem handing out only the DNS server via DHCPv6.
> I have a AVM Fritz!Box router, which is (sadly) supplied by my provider,
> so I can't replace it. I want to run dnsmasq on a Raspberry Pi running
> Arch Linux and disable the DHCP server of the FritzBox. I disabled the
> DHCPv4 server, which works fine, but for IPv6 I only want to distribute
> the DNS server because the addresses are handled via SLAAC.
> On the router, I checked "Disable DHCPv6 server in the FritzBox.
> Activate the O flag in the router advertisement messages of the
> FritzBox. Clients should take all non-ip-address information (e.g. dns
> servers) from another in the home network available DHCPv6 server". This
> seems to be exactly what I want. My dnsmasq.conf is at the bottom of
> this mail.
> But if I try this on Windows 7, 8 or 10 and disabling IPv4, the DNS
> server is not distributed. The IPv6 address is correct, but I get two
> gateways, first the link local address of my raspberry pi, and then the
> one of my router; and with DNS server I have three times
> fec:0:0:0:ffff::1%1 (up to::3). If I also enable IPv4, the IPv6 DNS
> server column is empty. All I want is to set the DNS server to the link
> local address of my RPI.
> My dnsmasq.conf is like this:
> Weirdly, somehow on Ubuntu with Network manager it works, but I cannot
> imagine that only Windows would do it wrong...
> Thank you!
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