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Re: DSL Internet Connection Question
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: DSL Internet Connection Question
- From: Robert C Wittig <wittig_(_dot_)_robert_(_at_)_sbcglobal_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2005 16:20:28 -0600
- Reply-to: Robert C Wittig <wittig_(_dot_)_robert_(_at_)_sbcglobal_(_dot_)_net>
Wednesday, December 21, 2005, 1:00:08 PM, you wrote:
TU> To fix these values locally, take a look at dhclient.conf(5), especially
TU> at the supersede option and domain-name-servers.
Right now 'dhclient.conf' is completely commented out.
Would adding the line:
supercede domain-name-servers "dns.IP.address.1 dns.IP.address.2";
...do the job of hardcoding:
...into the 'resolv.conf' file?
TU> You should however check, why you get wrong values from your
Yes, I plan on figuring this out, eventually.
What puzzles me, is that exactly the same line...
...which is a private IP addy, placed in the 'resolv.conf' file by
DHCP on my Red Hat installation, and there, everything works fine.
As soon as I know OpenBSD a little better, I will probably be able to
figure out what is different, that makes things work in Red Hat, but
break in Open BSD. Then I can replace the kludge with something