How can I make local dnsmasq play nicely with NetworkManager?
rnicholsNOSPAM at comcast.net
Sat Jul 31 13:50:50 UTC 2010
On 07/31/2010 07:18 AM, Tim wrote:
> On Fri, 2010-07-30 at 06:23 -0500, Robert Nichols wrote:
>> Word from the developers is that one of the goals for NetworkManager
>> 0.8.2 is support for a local caching resolver. That should eliminate
>> the need for my workaround.
> I hope they do mean merely adding support for it, rather than building
> more into it.
> Though I have to say that I have no problems with NetworkManager and
> using a local name server. Of course my DHCP server, properly, doles
> out the DNS address that the client should use.
I'm referring to a caching resolver running on the local machine, i.e.
127.0.0.1, not a nameserver running somewhere else on a local network.
> The various messages I've read on this list seem to deal with people
> half using DHCP, wanting to override some of the settings. i.e. Not use
> the DNS server address, and/or other details, supplied from the DHCP
> There's two approaches to resolving that: Have their DHCP server
> provide the wanted addresses, properly. Or have their DHCP client
> overrides configured, properly.
When I'm connecting via the WiFi hotspot at some local business, the
DHCP server is not under my control. NetworkManager invokes dhclient
with a custom config file that NetworkManager generates anew for
each invocation, and no customization of that configuration is
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