on the DNS forwarder tab there is a setting box for DNS overrides.
just spec the hostname settings there - then you dont need to get the
ips by dhcp, either
(but it's still more confortable!)
Am 03.03.2008 um 16:42 schrieb David Burgess:
> On 03/03/2008, Dexter Filmore <Dexter dot Filmore at gmx dot de> wrote:
>> Got one server (Slackware Linux) and one Kubuntu Linux box that
>> acts as a server, hence I need both to have fixed IPs. Still I want
>> be in the router's DNS and announce their names to the dhcp, thus I
>> up for dhcp lease and confed m0n0wall to give them fixed IPs.
>> Now, both of them don't show up in the lease table and I can't ping
>> name unless I manually put them in each other's hosts file.
>> What am I doing wronge here?
> If you assign an IP in mono's dhcp server then the client won't show
> up in
> the dhcp lease file. I'm not sure about mono resolving names to IP
> on the lan, seems like I haven't had any luck with that feature