Small scale DNS and DHCP with Dnsmasq

Conclusions

Dnsmasq keeps to functions that make sense on a small local network with Internet access. It works reliably – once configured you will quickly forget that it is running. The configuration is simple and easy to follow.

The Author

Martin Steigerwald works as a trainer, consultant, and system administrator for team(ix) GmbH in Nuremberg. His work mainly focuses on Linux training, as well as designing, installing, and maintaining robust IT infrastructures based on Debian.

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