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    Untangle Junkie dmorris's Avatar
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    dnsmasq should always be running, even if no one uses it. It is critical for Untangle to be able to resolve DNS.

    You are saying that you disabled it somehow?

    Just to verify .... You are 100% positive that:

    http://demo.untangle.com/admin/index...d/dns_and_dhcp
    the value there is totally blank

    and the value is config > network > interaces > internal interfaces edit > DHCP Configuration > DHCP options
    is also blank


    Are you running 13.2?
    If so, what is the output of '/etc/init.d/dnsmasq start'
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    Assuming Untangle is the DHCP server for the network, if clients are getting addresses, DNSMasq is running.
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    Problem solved!

    dnsmasq crashed because of errors in /etc/dnsmasq.d/dhcp-static. I forgot that I had imprted about 50 DHCP reservations from a ĵson file I had cobbled together from a spreadsheet. The import went fine but there were probably conflicting MAC addresses in the file. Clearing the DHCP reservations fixed it

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    ah that makes sense.

    thanks for the update!
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