Unable to resolve ulr. /et/resolve.conf looks fine?
Little problem I hope you can all help me with.
Working from home this morning I plug my laptop into my router. I attempt to connect to the internet with no joy. The only way I can get pages up is to type in the ip addresses directly. I have tried pinging as well but to no avail. The other computer connected to the router (this one) works fine. The laptop works fine at work.
I am running Gentoo 2.6.22 on a Intel Pentium M.
dhcp_eth0="nodns nontp nonis"
I added the line
dns_servers=( "188.8.131.52" )
and tried running
to see if that would help.
I also remover a -N from dhcp_eth0 as I could not find out what that did.
search math.ucl.ac.uk #This would have come from work I guess to search the local intranet.
# I added this next one when I added the dns_server bit to /etc/conf.d/net
I am by no means an expert so to me this seems very strange. Any help would be greatly recived. I have tried my best googling but all the results I get seem to come down to not haing any info in the /etc/resolve.conf.
Thanks in advance.
P.S my router is a Dynamode 4 port adsl router.