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Specifying DNS settings to override those of DHCP

Every 6 months or so I cannot access the DNS on whatever router I'm using. usually have to add the nameserver by hand to the /etc/resolv.conf file. I've tried adding Google free DNS to the file and it ...
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DDNS (dynamic-dns) setup and adding a hostname to a device (to be visible on the network)

How do I provide a fixed Hostname to my device so that a netscan can shows up the device name across all platforms? How can I reach the device using the hostname/MAC-ID (something which is fixed) ...
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2answers
832 views

Configure multiple interfaces with different hostnames using DHCP and DNS

I have a machine running Ubuntu 12.04 Server with two interfaces connected (eth0, eth1) to the network. Our network is set up so that a FreeBSD based DHCP server hands out leases and registers the ...
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Getting Samba 4.1's “internal DNS” to update hostnames from dhcpd

Samba 4 comes with its own "internal DNS" which can be used rather than BIND. Since Samba 4's main new feature is AD replacement, I would figure that its DNS would function similarly to Windows ...
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3answers
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Can I set my Debian box to use OpenDNS nameservers if it uses DHCP?

I have a Debian box with this in /etc/network/interfaces: auto eth0 allow-hotplug eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp auto wlan0 iface wlan0 inet dhcp wpa-ssid NetworkName wpa-psk NetworkPass and ...
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1answer
718 views

Could not resolve host error

I'm using Arch Linux and I have a dynamic ip address with the use of dhcpcd. I can access websites through the google chrome but the problem is that I get 'could not resolve host' error when I run ...
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1answer
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How can I resolve local IPs to hostnames? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to make a machine accessible from the LAN using its hostname I have is a simple home network with a few machines connecting through DHCP. If everyone and their ...
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2answers
493 views

Force usage of DNS server provided by DHCP?

I got a preconfigured debian image that gets it's network configuration by DHCP, however the DNS server is/was fixed to 8.8.8.8. This was configured using /etc/resolv.conf, so I deleted all the ...
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1answer
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configure dhcp client without accepting nameserver entries

I am trying to configre my openSuSE 12.1 machine as DHCP client, but especially do not want it to set the name server entries to /etc/resolv.conf it has got from DHCP server. Can I do it on the ...
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resolv.conf + PXE server + kickstart files

I use PXE server in order to download kickstart and to install Linux. After installation I saw that /etc/resolv.conf was created with the IP of the PXE server. Why there is PXE server IP address in ...
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1answer
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pxe boot: problems with /etc/resolv.conf

I'm pxe booting a node (Ubuntu 11.10). The image of the node is created with debootstrap. Works great. Everything is loaded. When I login to the node I see that /etc/resolv.conf is empty. In the base ...
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How to overcome libc resolver limitation of maximum 3 nameservers?

Suppose I work in environment with number of domain changes and slow propagation. I want to test domain configuration immediately after setting change but the propagation is slow. So I want to add ...
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2answers
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Working DNS-DHCP combo for LAN

Can anyone recommend a working DNS-DHCP combo for a small mixed-platform LAN? Preferably one where hosts can be assigned IP addresses and/or names with a web-GUI. The typical DHCP package on Linux ...
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1answer
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How can a Windows based DHCP server update DNS Server on Linux? [closed]

The updates to the zone is protected by the key (similar to: allow-update { key "rndc-key"; }).