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Date:      Fri, 04 Oct 1996 09:14:58 -0500
From:      D B Dews <d.b.dews@camel.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   new and dumb 2
Message-ID:  <32551BE2.435F@camel.com>

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Thanks to all for your help with previous question. I found
/etc/sysconfig, and learned vi sufficiently to edit it a bit, but where
in this file do I place the DNS  (as called in DOS/NT land, don't know
what you call it.) The domain name server  IP address? I set it up
thusly in Netconfig Section:

hostname=asa386-20.camel.com [name of machine BSD is on]
defaultdomainname=camel.com [my domain name]
tcp_extensions=YES
weak..etc=NO
network_interfaces="ep0" [there was an lo0 in there but it kept coming
up [with a 10Base2 address which messed everything up...my system is
[10BaseT...so I deleted it]
ifconfig_ep0="inet 204.251.34.195 netmask 255.255.255.224" [inet is the
[IP of the BSD box, netmask is my ISP-assigned netmask]

I chose "NO" for gateway and all else, router=routed. Anyone tell me
where the DNS value should go?



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