Re: Resolv.conf problem
Date: 6 Feb 2004 17:43:31 -0800
ahlala <email@example.com> wrote in message news:<firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> saurya_s wrote:
> > Hi guys
> > I have got linux on my laptop. I connect to LAN at work and when I
> > bring it to home I use dialup.
> > Now, when I come to home, the dial up doesn't wok unless I remove the
> > resolv.conf while which had DNS of my LAN. Actually, it connects to
> > the ISP but webpages etc are not dispalyed unless i remove it.
> > Though it works perfectly at work ,probably because of DHCP.
> > Can I make it to work with dialup without removing resolv.conf of
> > lan. I did try to put the DNS entry of dialup and LAN in resolv.conf
> > but the problem still exists. I would like something as easy as Mac or
> > Win whereby it detects LAN automatically, while it does the dialup
> > when at home without playing with resolv.conf.
> > Thanks
> > SS
> Which program do you use to dialup?
> The most likely problem is that the dialup program doesn't change the
> default route.
> There should be an option that sets the default route to the PPP
I use kppp, it uses pppd to connect to the ISP. I haven't found the
option as yet.please let me know if you use it?
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