Questions about: dns

As the questioner gives the contents of his /etc/network/interfaces I infer that he is using ifup to configure interfaces. But since he may actually be using NetworkManager, I will discuss that as well. If you are using ifup then DNS settings go in /
by Cerin Last Updated August 10, 2017 12:02 PM I recently upgraded from 11. 10 to 12. 04, and now NetworkManager isn't populating /etc/resolv
I'd just like to point out something in these answers. In a date/time format string, '/' will be replaced with whatever the user's date separator is, and ':' will be replaced with whatever the user's time separator is. That is, if I've defined my dat
service networking restart is not always a reliable way of down-upping all interfaces. The resolvconf -u command only updates resolv. conf from resolvconf's own database
Set DNS Servers: You need to configure the /etc/network/interfaces file if you want to change your DNS server via the command line. It should look something like this: # The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback # The primary netw
How do I find out my DNS server addresses under Linux, UNIX, Apple OS X, MS-Windows operating system? What is my dns server IP address under MS-Windows operating systems? Can you specify a list of public DNS server for personal use or game consoles?
If you ever need to set custom DNS or change the DNS settings on iOS devices for using an alternate domain name server or a faster one, you’ll probably want the DNS changes to take effect immediately, which requires the flushing of DNS caches on the