This how-to tutorial will show you how to install and configure Primary and Secondary DNS server. The steps provided here were tested in CentOS 6.5 32 bit edition, but it should work in RHEL 6.x(x stands for version) and Scientific Linux 6.x too.
Dec 08, 2014 Linux: Setup as DNS Client / Name Server IP Address - nixCraft Dec 01, 2004 Configure DNS settings | Linux - Geek University To enable name resolution, you need to configure your Linux system to use DNS servers. To do this in Ubuntu, open the /etc/network/interfaces configuration file in a text editor: This file is used to configure your network settings manually. The first Ethernet interface is usually identified as eth0.
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Install, Configure, and Maintain Linux DNS Server - Like Geeks Mar 17, 2017 Change DNS settings on Linux Change DNS settings on Linux. Open the resolv.conf file with an editor, such as nano , to make the necessary changes. If the file doesn’t already exist, this command creates Add lines for the name servers that you want to use. The following table displays which name server IP addresses to use How to Setup Local DNS Using /etc/hosts File in Linux