Okay, it turns out that the /var/etc/dnsmasq.conf<instance> file (which is generated on boot) refers to /etc/dnsmasq.conf. So, putting the previously mentioned option in /etc/dnsmasq.conf makes it persistent. ...But that may not be very useful, depending on what sort of payloads you intend to run.
The issue here is that dnsmasq on the Shark Jack sends option 3 indicating that the dnsmasq host (the Shark Jack) is the default router. This is dnsmasq's default behavior, but it can be changed by adding the following line to the configuration file and then restarting dnsmasq. dhcp-option=3 Frankly, I think this should be the default behavior in arming mode. The dnsmasq configuration file on my system is at /var/etc/dnsmasq.conf.cfg<numbers-i-don't-recognize>. A simple procedure: Note the dnsmasq running parameters with `ps -w | grep dnsmasq` Edit the c