+++ Juha Erkkila [freebsd] [27-12-02 11:03 +0200]:
| On Thu, Dec 19, 2002 at 09:56:40AM -0600, Shane Kinney wrote:
| > I'm certainly no expert on ppp, however, it seems that your going to
| > want to add a dns entry to the /etc/resolv.conf file.  Talk to your ISP
| > and find out what you need to use for a dns server, then add the
| > information like this:
| > 
| > nameserver 201.101.101.101
| > 
| > Or whatever they give you for an IP address.  Don't know if that will
| > solve all of your problems but it will help eventually :)
| 
| well, my ISP does support giving out DNS server addresses if it is
| asked to, and i did `enable dns' in /etc/ppp/ppp.conf, so i think
| i shouldn't need to put anything to /etc/resolv.conf.  i tried out
| putting some nameserver addresses there (asking my ISP), but no, it
| didn't work out :-(  i think i should talk to some guys there and
| see if they can help me out.  thanks for your help anyway
| 
        why not run named, as a caching local server? Only
few steps to turn it on.

Regards,
Shantanu

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