I want to name a specific PC on my LAN so that all LAN users can access its web server by name rather than fixed IP. All users connect to the main router via WDS slaves, which have DHCP disabled. The PC in question is connected to the main router via cat5. I've tried adding entries to /etc/hosts on a test slave, also adding the following to dnsmasq advanced config : address=/wanker/192.168.1.251 address=/wanker.mydomain/192.168.1.251 but I can't ping wanker or wanker.mydomain from a PC connected to the slave, either wired or wirelessly. Ping to 192.168.1.251 works as expected. I notice there was a bug fix for this in one of the recent 2.6 releases, but my slaves are WRT54GL's running a 2.4 variant (Exact versions are in my sig). Is there a dnsmasq option, or other method that I'm missing, that will permit DNS resolution when DHCP is disabled?