[SOLVED] DHCP server not provide DNS address to users.....
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I am new user in this site, i have a problem in DHCP configuration with DNS server, when my user is obtain ip address from server its not getting DNS server address correctly, and they are not access internet access.
used LINUX REHL5 Enterprises Edition
can you please help me about the DHCP how my user getting full ip adress from server
Don't bump your own thread after 8 minutes...we volunteer our time here. And we're not going to be calling you with an answer...this isn't the place to come for free, personalized one-on-one tech support.
Since you're using RedHat Enterprise...have you CALLED REDHAT SUPPORT??? You are paying for it with your RHEL subscription...they are there to help you. And hi2arun asks a good question...if you don't configure that parameter in DHCP, it won't get provided. A brief Google search on "linux dhcp server dns configuration" brings up lots, including the first hit that has an EXAMPLE on how to do this: http://www.howtoforge.com/dhcp_serve...x_debian_sarge
The page is for Debian, but it doesn't matter, since the config file options are the same for any Linux DHCP server.