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Re: How to configure DNS?



http://howtoforge.com/perfect_setup_debian_etch_p4

Might help



2010/4/17 Al Stone <ahs3@ahs3.net>
On 04/17/2010 05:03 AM, Jenei G�r wrote:
Hello,

I have the following problem: I configured well the net on Debian with
my home router and my wifi,but sometimes probably because of power save
options,the wifi card turns off I guess,and then the net disconnects.It
wouldn't be problem,because I can handle it with a simple ifconfig wlan0
down and ifconfig wlan0 up,after this I find the router,but none of the
distant adresses,so probably I have no set up DNS server.Is there any
trick to avoid system restart in this case?How could I set the DNS myself?

Thanks for your help,

G�r



This isn't really an amd64-specific problem, but a matter of getting
your network completely configured. �There are probably millions of
google hits when searching for this info. �Regardless, you will need
the IP address of at least one name server from your ISP.

You can set your name servers manually using the resolv.conf file. �Or,
you can specify them in /etc/network/interfaces. �Or, if you are using
Network Manager, you can specify the name servers you wish to use by editing your network configuration.

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Ciao,
al
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