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This is the scenario: gentoo box (distro shouldn't be relevant here) and win7 box. Gentoo box is dhcp and dns server, via dnsmasq. From win7, I can ping gentoo by both ip and name. No problem there. From Gentoo, I can ping win7 by ip, but not by name. The dnsmasq log seems to receive the name ok, it's "Tere-PC". I have been looking around for many hours now and I know there must be something simple I am not taking into account.

Code:
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dnsmasq-dhcp: 55480937 vendor class: MSFT 5.0 .....

Code:
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