[Dnsmasq-discuss] Diagnosing total lack of DNS after reboot of dnsmasq machine

Weedy weedy2887 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 27 03:09:29 GMT 2013

On 25 Nov 2013 10:09, "Chris Green" <cl at isbd.net> wrote:
> I run dnsmasq on a Acer Revo running xubuntu 12.10, it's a fairly
> standard configuration, the only significant customisations are:-
>     address=/www.google-analytics.com/
>     address=/ssl.google-analytics.com/
>     address=/static.doubleclick.net/
>     address=/www.addthis.com/
>     dhcp-host=00:90:a9:70:06:ff,backup
>     dhcp-host=40:61:86:98:f2:41,chris
>     local=/zbmc.eu/
>     dhcp-option=6,,
> I was having problems this morning with a DLNA server that runs on the
> same machine so I rebooted it.  I now seem to have no DNS at all on my
> network, neither local nor remote names can be looked up (there's a
> number of local names defined in /etc/hosts).
> So how can I diagnose this?  As far as I can see all the clients are
> getting as their DNS server and they can all ping the DNS
> server OK.
> --
> Chris Green

Empty /etc/resolv.conf on the dnsmasq server?
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