really weird(?) DNS setup on linksys router running DD-WRT
Robert P. J. Day
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Mon Sep 21 14:48:34 UTC 2009
On Mon, 21 Sep 2009, Marcelo Cavalcante wrote:
> Well... The computer should get only the router's ip as its DNS.
> But, the router should be pointing to an external DNS server. For
> example, the open DNS. Try it. Configure the router to use the
right, that's the way *i* would have set things up. i was trying to
figure out if there was a universe in which it made any sense to have
the internal systems point to the router, and the router point back to
the internal systems. so i'm going to assume the answer is "no."
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