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Re: FC4 dhcp.conf supersede domain-name question

On Sun, 26 Mar 2006 11:57:02 -0700, Craig White wrote
> On Sun, 2006-03-26 at 10:43 -0800, Noah wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > 
> > Okay I have an FC4 machine running dhcpd now.  I have a dhcp.conf that defines
> > a range for my internal network.  The "supersede domain-name" command is
on the
> > client side (found in dhclient.conf) to place domains in the search attribute
> > and super of /etc/resolv.conf .  I am wondering if there is a similar command
> > that I can place on the server side so it can place some domains in the search
> > path when respending to dhcp client requests.
> > 
> > sample command:
> > supersede domain-name "home.enabled.com enabled.com";
> ----
> do you mind reading man pages?
> man dhcpd.conf
> I think all you need is 'option domain-name ...'

Hi Craig,

yeah I read the man page on it and as I understand the option domain-name
which defines only the domain in the /etc/resolv.conf file.  I am looking to
define the search lines in the /etc/resolv.conf file of my dhclients.  I dont
htink there is an option to do that, right?



> you should also find the info you need on ddns-update usagein the man
> pages too.
> Craig
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