I have two different vlans setup, both using DHCP and their own /24 on Shibby 117 (running on a WRT54GL). The first VLAN has a couple DHCP reservations for some services, and tomato serves as a basic dns server to resolve domain names to these DHCP reservations. This works fine if a client is part of VLAN that also "contains" these services, but does not work for the second vlan. Instead of querying the nameservers as expected (which would return the external IP in this case), dnsmasq returns the local IP of the service. This IP is on a different VLAN, and a different subnet however, so it's entirely inaccessible. Is there a way around this? Cheers, Arthur UPDATE: Adding "localise-queries" to my dnsmasq conf (via the web interface) hasn't helped.