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How do I make dnsmasq obey the order of servers in resolv.conf

here's the generated resolv.conf # Generated by resolvconf nameserver 127.0.0.1 nameserver 208.67.222.222 nameserver 208.67.220.220 nameserver 192.168.1.1 what's going on in the log appears to be, ...
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Dnsmasq white list for specific clients on network

I'd like to use dnsmasq to set up a white list for certain clients on my network. For instance, I'd like to have these rules for clients in the range 192.168.1.10 - 192.168.1.20: no-resolv ...
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Configure Spamassassin to use URIBL and Google Public DNS

I use Google Public DNS servers on my mail server. However, URIBL and other spam blocking sites (which work over DNS) block major DNS sites such as Google Public DNS. I think if I run my own DNS ...
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Using DNSMasq for Local Hostname Resolution

I'm working on setting up a home intranet for me and my roommates. My idea is that we'll be able to store things like past utility bills in a place that's more accessible than a drawer in the kitchen ...
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resolve the server hostname of a dnsmasq server with multiple subnets

I have a self-made Linux router running dnsmasq. It has two different NICs through which clients are connected; one of them has the subnet 192.168.1. and one the subnet 192.168.2.. My ...
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Why is dnsmasq putting my router IP in /etc/resolv.conf instead of 127.0.0.1?

I'm having DNS resolution issues in various contexts which appear to trace back to my networking configuration. I'm running just the dnsmasq-base installation of dnsmasq on two Linux installations ...
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How can I configure dnsmasq to resolve based on the source of the request?

I'm trying to get SiriProxy to work whenever I'm connected to my home network by setting up dnsmasq on my router running the Tomato firmware to send all requests to the Apple Siri server to my local ...
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How to setup whatever.localhost.dev to resolve into 127.0.0.1 on Ubuntu 12.04?

I'm running Ubunut 12.04 I want *localhost.dev to point to 127.0.0.1. Ubuntu 12.04 comes with dnsmasq-base installed with network-manager. But there is no /etc/dnsmasq.conf. So I installed the ...
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understanding DNS in ubuntu 12.04

I have Ubuntu 12.04 installed, and also use unbound and usually use openDNS as my DNS server. When I run dig google.com say I get SERVER: 127.0.0.1#53(127.0.0.1). What exactly is this thing listening ...
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How to assign multiple fixed ip address for one domain?

I'm running dnsmasq, address=/chat.freenode.net/130.239.18.172 address=/chat.freenode.net/140.211.167.105 But seems dnsmasq only recognize the last record, what should I do?
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399 views

Verbose DNS query to see DNS query order?

I typically determine the IP of a host by doing: $ host -t A example.com. Is there a more verbose version of this that tells me whats happening in the background, specifically the order of what is ...
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How to get networkmanager to configure domain specific name servers with openresolv + dnsmasq

I often connect to multiple network simultaneously. Each of these networks provide nameserver configuration via dhcp. E.g. Network 1: (eth0): domain company1.corp # nameserver 192.168.0.253 ...
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Force to use specific DNS provider at network

OpenDNS offers a quite simple way for internet filtering by categories. Of course who could get the correct IP address can easily bypass the filter but it would be enough for my expectations. The ...
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Can someone recommend a Linux Distro for purposes of just running a DNS?

I'm looking for an easy to setup Linux distro for just running a DNS server (and nothing else) with something easy to setup like DNSMasq. At home I run OpenWRT with DNSMasq on my Router, and at work ...
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How to make dnsmasq avoid DNS cache poisoning?

Some domain gets DNS cache poisoning if dnsmasq is the nameserver. But the problem is gone if switch to BIND (named). Is there a easy configuration of dnsmasq so that DNS cache poisoning can be ...
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How to clear DNS cache on DD-WRT

How can I clear the DNS cache in DD-WRT on my router? DD-WRT uses the dnsmasq daemon.