I am trying to test a local web app manager. It seems that it assigns a subdomain to each app. Suppose that the server's name is "apple", then it assigns something like "http://si4jaiajdf.apple".
In its manual, it says configure DNS like
*.server.name but I cannot add such a wildcard address in Network->DHCH and DNS-> Hostnames. Searching Google, I have found an answer of aditing /etc/config/dhcp, but isn't there a better GUI way? That is, add/modifying DNS records within the web UI (LUCI)?
It seems that current
rpcd-mod-rrdns when I searched the software for "dns". What packages should I install or remove to get a web interface and maybe a better DNS?
Addresses setting in the general DHCP & DNS configuration:
Domains are automatically treated as wildcard by dnsmasq:
root@er-x:~# nslookup meli.company.com
root@er-x:~# nslookup foo.meli.company.com
root@er-x:~# nslookup foo.bar.meli.company.com
For this case, "Address" works but maybe I need more DNS address settings like e-mail, etc (MX or something). So, LUCI does not have a web UI for it, even with software packages?
Not yet, but MX config support was added just yesterday.
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