Dnsmasq under Slackware userspace
Dnsmasq project page
Dnsmasq provides network infrastructure for small networks: DNS, DHCP, router advertisement and network boot. It is designed to be lightweight and have a small footprint, suitable for resource constrained routers and firewalls. It has also been widely used for tethering on smartphones and portable hotspots, and to support virtual networking in virtualisation frameworks.
- /etc/dnsmasq.d : in this path Dnsmasq will store it's configuration files.
- /tftpboot : in this path Dnsmasq will store the PXE Bootfiles
- 53/tcp : DNS server port
- 53/udp : DNS server port
- 67/udp : BOOTP server port
- 69/udp : TFTP server port