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I set up an access point using this tutorial and was wondering if I could set up something where if I connect to the access point and went to example.com it would route to 192.168.4.1:80 or something like this?

  • What is it you want to do exactly? You can set up static routes on your network in different ways (Raspberry Pi doesn't have to be involved), but I get the feeling that routing to a fixed IP is not necessarily your end game. – Seamus Jul 10 '18 at 22:30
  • You can map a specific host such as example.com to an IP using /etc/hosts. Drop the ":80", however, since hosts isn't really for port mapping. askubuntu.com/questions/183176/what-is-the-use-of-etc-hosts – OyaMist Jul 11 '18 at 13:32
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In order to do that you have to configure dnsmasq to map a domain to that IP address. Check the content of default dnsmasq config file. It has plenty of information for many different scenarios.

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