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by nburkitt
Fri 7. May 2021, 18:28
Forum: Linux
Topic: Linux Name Resolution (DNS) Failure
Replies: 8
Views: 560

Re: Linux Name Resolution (DNS) Failure

Hi Marvin. DNS is configured via DHCP. "/etc/systemd/resolved.conf" is effectively empty, which should be correct for that configuration. Remember, name resolution works correctly when the PCAN-FD-USB interface is not attached. I've tried disabling the Avahi (mDNS/Bonjour/Zeroconf) service, but this...
by nburkitt
Tue 4. May 2021, 18:25
Forum: Linux
Topic: Linux Name Resolution (DNS) Failure
Replies: 8
Views: 560

Re: Linux Name Resolution (DNS) Failure

Hi Marvin. Yes, the output when the PCAN-USB FD is connected is identical to that when it is not connected, except for the addition of the (can0) section. The output for both conditions is below. PEAK CAN-FD not attached: # systemd-resolve --status Global DNS Servers: 192.168.0.1 DNS Domain: attloca...
by nburkitt
Mon 3. May 2021, 19:58
Forum: Linux
Topic: Linux Name Resolution (DNS) Failure
Replies: 8
Views: 560

Re: Linux Name Resolution (DNS) Failure

Hi Marvin. Thanks for the response. I'm using the built-in drivers. The information returned by "systemd-resolve --status" includes this section: Link 9 (can0) Current Scopes: none LLMNR setting: yes MulticastDNS setting: no DNSSEC setting: no DNSSEC supported: no For what it's worth, this is identi...
by nburkitt
Fri 30. Apr 2021, 19:51
Forum: Linux
Topic: Linux Name Resolution (DNS) Failure
Replies: 8
Views: 560

Linux Name Resolution (DNS) Failure

Hi. I'm using a PEAK PCAN-USB FD interface on an embedded device running Ubuntu 18.04 Linux. It works beautifully, but as soon as the device is connected, DNS queries begin to fail. After some research, I've come to believe that this is due to the systemd network service incorporating the CAN bus in...