Configuring and tuning dnsmasq with VoIP enabled devices.
When there are VoIP devices on the network there are some udpates that can be made in the DNS to make life a bit easier. If your VoIP is a different subnet than the data network things may be a bit easier. In our office the voice and data are on the same subnet.
I like to have all of these things nicely organised.
Lets create file called
/etc/dnsmasq.d/voip.conf which contains the specific settings just for servicing VoIP devices.
enable-tftp tftp-root=/var/tftp tftp-secure tftp-no-blocksize dhcp-cliet=aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff,pc501-1000,10.65.0.207 dhcp-option=66,xxxx