[sclug] Odd behaviour from OpenDNS?

David Given dg at cowlark.com
Sun Jul 22 16:56:46 UTC 2012

On 22/07/12 15:36, Ed Davies wrote:
> Advantage on a private LAN would
> be a bit more caching across boxes and across box reboots.

I'd suggest taking a look at dnsmasq. (It's in Debian.) It's a 160kB
binary that's a combined DNS, DHCP, TFTP and RA server. It understands
IPv4 and and IPv6, it's got special features to make a lot of the common
use cases easy (caching upstream's DNS, undoing any DNS abuse they might
do, etc), and chances are you have it installed anyway.

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