I have a DNS server on my network that I run everything through. It is a PiHole running in a Docker container for anyone interested.
The Interceptor should have picked up this DNS server when it got its DHCP, but it seemed to have not. So I used resolvectl to manually set it, and it still isn't working. Except it is when I use resolvectl to resolve it.
admin@interceptor:~$ resolvectl query mos-eisleymos-eisley: 192.168.1.11 -- link: wan (mos-eisley.localdomain)-- Information acquired via protocol DNS in 28.9ms.-- Data is authenticated: noadmin@interceptor:~$admin@interceptor:~$ ping mos-eiselyping: mos-eisely: Name or service not known
192.168.1.11 is the correct address for my mos-eisley server, but I can't ping it and nslookup won't find it either unless I manually give it the correct server.
Anyone know what's gone wrong? I'd prefer the DNS get picked up from DHCP, but my home network is rather static so if I have to manually set it that would work too.