I have a DD-WRT (using DD-WRT v24SP2-MULTI (03/21/11) std) router set up with DNSMasq to resolve certain domains to internal addresses and pass everything else thru. The router itself is configured to use Google’s public DNS servers to resolve addresses.
My setup screen looks like this:
My problem is that when a DHCP client connects, they get the router plus Google’s two DNS servers as the assigned DNS servers:
This is a problem because sometimes wireless clients try to resolve a domain that is supposed to point to an internal IP address and end up getting an external ip instead because for whatever reason their request is sent to
188.8.131.52 instead of to the router.
I don’t want the router to serve anything but its own IP as the DNS server. Is that possible?