Well, add something to hostnames and the query the dns server and compare with pakon:
Here is the content of LuCI->Network->Hostnames:
Hostnames IP address
and here is what is in LuCI-> Network -> DHCP and DNS -> static leases:
Hostname MAC-Address IPv4-Address
C610A-IP AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF 192.168.42.61
Querying the omnia’s DNS from a client returns:
client:~ user$ nslookup voip.lan
client:~ user$ nslookup C610A-IP.lan
So both defined names are resolved by the domain name service.
But in foris’ pakon all I see is C610A-IP, so both hostnames and static leases will be injected into the omnia’s DNS, but onlt static leases offer the required MAC to hostname mapping that pakon seems to require. Which makes sense, as it is far easier to change an IP address of an endhost (and DHCP might do that automatically anyways for non-static address assignments) than the MAC address. Sure, dedicated opponents will also be able to spoof the MAC address, if they realize that MAC addresses are monitored, but as always security is never absolute.