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Hello all, The Internet connection in my network is accessed through a Fedora Core 3. This machine acts as the router and as a development machine in the network. One ...
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    How to specify a default nameserver in /etc/resolv.conf


    Hello all,
    The Internet connection in my network is accessed through a Fedora Core 3. This machine acts as the router and as a development machine in the network. One of the ethernet interface is configured to assign the IP address through DHCP (of the ISP). The contents in the /etc/resolv.conf is automatically assigned by the dhcp server at the ISP part.
    There is also a local nameserver in my network. Now I need to have the IP address of the local nameserver in the /etc/resolv.conf. Is there any way to put some default values through dhclient? Please advice me how to do it?
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    libregeek.

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    You can either have your DHCP server specify the DNS, or put 'supersede domain-name-servers 127.0.0.1' in your /etc/dhclient.conf file, replacing 127.0.0.1 with the DNS server you want to use.
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