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Mar 19, 2017, 11:11:28 AM (2 months ago)
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brainslayer
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  • src/router/dnsmasq/man/dnsmasq.8

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    204204given in
    205205.B \--except-interface
    206 options. IP alias interfaces (eg "eth1:0") cannot be used with
    207 .B --interface
     206options. On Linux, when
     207.B \--bind-interfaces
    208208or
    209 .B --except-interface
    210 options, use --listen-address instead. A simple wildcard, consisting
    211 of a trailing '*', can be used in
     209.B \--bind-dynamic
     210are in effect, IP alias interface labels (eg "eth1:0") are checked, rather than
     211interface names. In the degenerate case when an interface has one address, this amounts to the same thing but when an interface has multiple addresses it
     212allows control over which of those addresses are accepted.
     213The same effect is achievable in default mode by using
     214.B \--listen-address.
     215A simple wildcard, consisting of a trailing '*',
     216can be used in
    212217.B \--interface
    213218and
     
    223228options does not matter and that
    224229.B --except-interface
    225 options always override the others.
     230options always override the others. The comments about interface labels for
     231.B --listen-address
     232apply here.
    226233.TP
    227234.B --auth-server=<domain>,<interface>|<ip-address>
     
    962969
    963970It is allowed to use client identifiers (called client
    964 DUID in IPv6-land rather than
     971DUID in IPv6-land) rather than
    965972hardware addresses to identify hosts by prefixing with 'id:'. Thus:
    966973.B --dhcp-host=id:01:02:03:04,.....
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