I'm running Ubuntu server on a computer used as a wireless AP, but this AP should resolve all DNS requests to an internal IP address rather than actually performing the lookup.
I want to do the same thing that paid public WiFi hotspots do - you can connect but if you attempt to load any websites they show a default page. I've noticed that they do this by resolving all domains to an internal IP address.
I've added these lines to
# Add domains which you want to force to an IP address here. # The example below send any host in double-click.net to a local # web-server. address=/com/192.168.2.1 address=/uk/192.168.2.1 address=/org/192.168.2.1 address=/gov/192.168.2.1 address=/net/192.168.2.1 address=/us/192.168.2.1
which works fine for those TLD's, but I'd like to be able to do it with all domains so I can sleep at night.