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I ran into the same issue when I did a clean buster install on a new sd card. It took a bit of digging, but found the readme.md in the nss-mDns GitHub repository wants to include mdns4 on the hosts line of /etc/nsswitch.conf: hosts: files mdns4_minimal [NOTFOUND=return] dns mdns4 Since other hosts on the network could resolve the new Pi, <f>....


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Both mypi4.local , traefik.mypi4.local and grafana.mypi4.local is a FQDN (Fully Quallified Domain Name). See under example, what a FQDN consist of : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fully_qualified_domain_name You have to add to either a local DNS server or a host file for traefik.mypi4.local and grafana.mypi4.local to the machine you are testing from. But I ...


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I don't know if the issue that I had is identical to your issue, but I was struggling with similar issues whenever a sudo call was made. I would get a message stating: sudo: unable to resolve host *myhostname*. Temporary failure in name resolution Turns out that even though I had changed the hostname of my device using raspi-config, the hosts file still had ...


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There are mainly three services used for name resolution in a network, in particular together with MS Window$: DNS (Domain Name Service) the main name service all over the world, supported by any internet provider. It resolve hierarchical organized names like raspberrypi.stackexchange.com. mDNS (multicast DNS) an auto configuring name resolution service, ...


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