Tag Archives: dnsmasq

DNSCrypt and dnsmasq on Ubuntu 18.04

This is how I got DNSCrypt and dnsmasq on Ubuntu 18.04 working together. dnsmasq is used for local domains and DHCP while we use DNSCrypt as our forwarding DNSD server. To quote from the OpenDNS website “DNSCrypt is a piece of lightweight software that everyone should use to boost online privacy and security. It works by encrypting all DNS traffic between the user and OpenDNS, preventing any spying, spoofing or man-in-the-middle attacks.”.

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HOWTO: setup a PXE Server with dnsmasq

To setup a PXE server with dnsmasq is really simple the second time 🙂 This is how I did mine on Ubuntu 12.04, but it should be similar on most Linux distros and versions.

Setup dnsmasq so it is providing DNS and DHCP first. See my How to setup dnsmasq for DNS and DHCP.

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HOWTO: Setup dnsmasq as DNS DHCP

This post will explain how to Setup dnsmasq as DNS DHCP.

What is Dnsmaq

This description of dnsmasq shamelessly taken from the dnsmasq home page.

dnsmasq is a lightweight DNS, TFTP, PXE, router advertisement and DHCP server. It is intended to provide coupled DNS and DHCP service to a LAN.

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