In the last episode (Oct 14), Edward Aronyk said: > I'm somewhat new to FreeBSD, so today when we had to deploy a new > server to the colo running FreeBSD, I ran into problems. > > Basically the server has been in the office running for the last few > weeks with a DHCP provided IP - but now that it's getting a static IP > I'm not totally sure what to do. I have all of our in information: > > Server IP: x.y.z.48 > Subnet: 255.255.255.224 > Gateway: x.y.z.33 > DNS: a.b.c.24 > a.b.c.160 > > But I'm not sure exactly what needs to change to make this all work > properly? Specifically, I can't find where to put the gateway > information. I know that on OpenBSD it was placed in /etc/mygate but > the same doesn't seem to be true in FreeBSD? Also, what should my > resolv.conf file look like?
Gateway goes in /etc/rc.conf: defaultrouter="x.y.z.33" In fact, pretty much everything goes in rc.conf unless it's got a well-known config file of its own. resolv.conf would look like: domain mydomain.com nameserver a.b.c.24 nameserver a.b.c.160 -- Dan Nelson [EMAIL PROTECTED] _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"