the ip 220.127.116.11 is the dns server addr that is given to lan pc's via dhcp, instead of the pri & sec ip's, listed above, that are obtained from isp by rh9 box. why the lan pc's do not pick up the two pri & sec dns ip's, instead of 18.104.22.168, i have no idea...
the rh9 ip is obtained dhcp from isp...
i have not changed anything in dhcpd.conf or the name of rh9 box
mypc.com is the name of rh9 box and that is why i have "option domain-name-servers mypc.com" listed as the dns server in dhcpd.conf... and since nothing has changed and the dns ip info is still getting passed to lan pc's just as before, but the lan pc's all of a sudden cannot resolve names... :P
should i try changing "mypc.com" to 10.0.0.1? aren't they both the same thing when it comes to specifying who the dns server is?
i checked resolv.conf;
; generated by /sbin/dhclient-script
-- the two servers listed above are correct, but still no dice....
maybe i should just get a monkey, some thin, flat copper bars, extra wire and some green/red lights just for show...might make a better router than with the current lucky streak i'm running.... (yes, i've put a little thought into this)