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Re: FC4 dhcp.conf supersede domain-name question



On Sun, 2006-03-26 at 10:43 -0800, Noah wrote:
> 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";

I think this has to be a client configuration.  The server tells you
what domain you're a part of, and that's it.  You're part of one, not
many.  If you want a client to search through additional domain names
for when you've simply typed in a prefix, that'd depend on the client.

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