dhcp.conf I can find has hard coded DNS servers - typically the google public DNS addresses...
option domain-name-servers 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199;
If I leave out the
option domain-name-servers, then clients get no DNS server at all.
I figure I could set up a forwarding DNS server on the same box that is running the DHCP server, but it seems like unnecessary complexity and latency. I'd much rather have the DHCP clients go directly to whatever DNS server the box already has configured (typically from an upstream DHCP server).
Is there any way to configure isc-dhcp-server to offer the host's current DNS servers to DHCP clients?