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Re: sendmail in FC2

On Tue, 2004-06-01 at 22:19, Jason Salaz wrote:
> OK, I only have a cable internet connection and I'm not on a network. 
> Of course that's a contradiction in terms.  Would I use the DNS address
> that I've got in my network control applet then, that's pulled over

Your cable provider should be providing you with the address(es) of its
DNS servers when DHCP runs to get your IP address.  Verify that
/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 (if that's your I/F to your
cable modem) does not contain a PEERDNS entry.  Also verify with
system-config-network that DHCP is selected and that nothing is entered
in the DHCP setting section of the configuration dialog.

At least this is how my DSL/ethernet interface is configured and my DNS
entries are setup vis DHCP.

If you have a router between your cable modem and your linux box, it,
too, should be set up to pass DNS information to its clients.


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