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Old 07-06-2012, 03:20 AM   #1
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Hey guys,How can i use dnsmasq to server more than one subnet?is there anyone know ?


Hey guys,I am doing a project than needs to use one dhcp server to server multiple subnets,How can i use dnsmasq to server more than one subnet?is there anyone know ?
 
Old 07-06-2012, 03:24 AM   #2
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many hits for "dnsmasq multiple subnets" on google if you look. try this https://caffeine-powered.net/tech/ne...-static-hosts/
 
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sure

It is trivial to serve DNS for more than one subnet, the tricky part is DHCP services for two subnets.

What divides the two subnets?

Being primarily a network guy these days, I might make sure we have one or more routers physically between, and provide a DNSMasq server on each subnet.

I guess the full answer to your question is just "yes", but that does not sound helpful enough. Can you provide a little more information?
 
  


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